[RndTbl] Rural Fiber with Rural Connections Manitoba Ltd?

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Sun Mar 21 10:06:57 CDT 2021

You'd be much better off with StarLink than Xplornet.  Up until this point, I think Xplornet survived because they were often the *only* option.  That's no longer the case.

I've never heard of RCML, which proves exactly nothing.  I'll ask some folks in the biz.

Good luck getting fiber, in any case - or rather, it's easy but insanely expensive to trench fiber down a public road.


On March 20, 2021 1:44:50 p.m. CDT, Patrick Murphy <jvcpatrick at gmail.com> wrote:
>I'm no longer considering Xplornet; thanks! What about bringing fiber to 
>our farm located south of Elie? Does anyone has any experience with 
>Rural Connections Manitoba Ltd. https://rcml.ca/ I just found their 
>website today.
>They are offering $150/month 150mbps down and up with a $1,200 rural 
>installation fee. They are based out of Oak Bluff; there is apparently 
>no coverage map on their website.
>They also offer In-Town connections: $80/month for 100mbps down and up - 
>and no installation fee if you sign a 2 year agreement.
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