I was just doing a little research about the options that you have for high speed internet. Im working with Shaw now, mostly because I have a server and Vonage at home, and I think Telus really hates you if you try and run a server on their ADSL service. But supposing you dont have a server at home, who do you go with. Especially if you`re just going to be web browsing and a little email.

Here are the two options that I see:

Shaw High Speed Lite (http://www.shaw.ca/en-ca/ProductsServices/Internet/High-Speed+Lite/ ) $19.95 for the first 6 months then $29.95 after that although if you buy the required modem you can get a $5 discount. No contract length.

Telus High Speed Lite (http://www.mytelus.com/internet/highspeed/display.do ) You can see the details on this plan half way down the page. $11.95 for the first 6 months then 16.95 after that, but you have to sign a service agreement (1, 2 or 3 years)

General Comparison The download-upload speeds are pretty similar Shaw has better service than Telus when something goes wrong, in my experience Telus is much cheaper than Shaw judging by their adverts