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Getting connected to Internet in Canada is very simple. Standard service alternatives include: dial-up, ADSL and cable.

Not all services are accessible everywhere, which means that in some areas you may be stuck with only one option (particularly dial up). However, if you live in a large city such as Montreal, Toronto or Vancouver you will have plenty of options to choose from.

If you possess a laptop, some establishments such as airports, four and five star hotels, and cafés such as "Starbucks" and "Second Cup" may have Wi-Fi connections available for a fee. Even though these are not very available yet, they provide an alternative to Internet cafes.

If you wish to use services that permit you call from your PC to normal telephones, you will need to get a special setup. Peculiarly your connection will be the only limiting factor since the service provider will be using high speed connections.

One example of this type of communication Skype.

International calls with SKYPE

Skype Skype is an exclusive software on internet that allows you to effectuate calls from your computer. Talk for as long as you like without worrying about the cost or the distance. And even though the calls are free, they have really, excellent and superior quality. If you and your friends, family or business contacts are using webcams, you can also make free video calls. You can even call landline phones and mobile phones at really cheap per minute rates (and there's no setup or subscription fee).

If you live in the US or Canada, you can use SkypeOut to call any landline phone or mobile phone number in both the USA and Canada for free.

If you are in the US or Canada and calling any other country, or if you are in any other country and calling landline or mobile numbers in the US or Canada, the standard SkypeOut rates apply.

More info : Skype


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