To schedule an installation or site survey, contact us at
1 (844) 776-3747 ext. 2 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All prices are in Canadian dollars. GST/PST are extra.
See Billing and Payments for more information
Our services use both clear line of sight and non-line-of-sight to our distribution towers. Your installer can determine the best setup for you during the site survey phase of installation. Some extraordinary installations require extra equipment. Extra charges would be cleared with you prior to the work being done.
Installation includes configuring your computer or router for use on the ESIS network so that you are connected before we leave. It does not include any computer servicing or repair that may be required. It is recommended that you run complete anti-virus and anti-spyware scans with up to date software on your computer prior to installation.
Payable prior to your installation appointment:
|Typical Installation Fee
*Security deposit is held on account until you choose to cancel your ESIS subscription. The deposit will be used to clear outstanding bills if there are outstanding amounts on your account. If your account is in good standing and has no outstanding charges, your deposit will be refunded at the time of cancellation.
About the Membership Fee: Internet service is only available to members of the East Shore Internet Society. Your membership allows a single vote at the Annual General Meeting and members may provide input into how the society is operated. The fee for membership is $10 upon initial sign-up and $5 annually thereafter.
Routers: If you do not have your own wireless router, ESIS is an authorized reseller of TP-Link routers and has several models available for sale, including mesh systems, with prices ranging from $70-$210 plus tax, including configuration by one of our technicians, who can ensure that the channels used by the wireless router do not interfere with the ESIS equipment’s spectrum use.
ESIS will do its best to acheive the posted speeds; however, in some instances, subscriber geographical location and network loading may prevent maximum speeds from being realized.