Fast 150Mbps Residential Cable Internet Service
Downloads are faster at 150 Mbps, watch movies, stream music, play online games, and do everything you would on Shaw Cable, but with a better service for Internet Lightspeed. No setup fee for a limited time!!
Home Cable 150 SERVICE
Downloads up to 150 Mbps / Uploads to 15 Mbps
Lightspeed Cable Internet Service connections your home to the Internet through a fast broadband, direct connection that comes to you through the standard coax connection in your home.
JUST HOW FAST IS 150 Mbps?
1 GB HD FILE
20GB UHD FILE
UHD Quality 4K/8K
Is there an activation fee for Cable Internet Services?
At the current time Internet Lightspeed has waved the ONE-TIME NETWORK INSTALLATION charge of $82.00. So by signing up you already have saved $82.00.
Do you charge to change plans/speeds?
Currently Lightspeed does have a fee for every time you change your package or speed. Our sales staff are experts in assisting clients select a plan that would work best for you. We do allow you one free speed or package change per account or customer.
You want to use your own modem?
Only certain brands and specific models will work with Internet Lightspeed’s Home Cable Services. We maintain a network separate from other cable Internet providers and hence why our equipment requirements are different.
You are always welcome to contact our sales team with your presales questions, or technical support to determine if your modem is compatible and can be used.
Approved modems for use with this Home Cable Service
- Hitron Technologies CDA3
- Techicolor TNTC4350
Download speeds, times and example given are indicative of ideal conditions and theoretical maximums. Individual results will vary based on many factors unique to your individual service, connection, equipment and environmental conditions. Speeds are listed for a physical connection between a single computing device and the modem via a traditional ethernet cable. Wifi speeds are affected by many factors including but not limited to, the router, WiFi band (frequency), distance between computing device and router, radio interference (microwave, cellphones,remote control devices, wireless appliances etc.), and other factors.