Is high-speed home Internet access available? How long does it typically take to install it after arrival?

Yes, just a day or two for install as Nichada customer service helps you get it set up with the local provider. - Aug 2019

Yes, should have within one to two weeks depending upon where you live. - Jun 2018

Yes, easy to set up. Nichada has a contract with True, downtown has other provider options. - Apr 2017

Typically yes. It was surprising that we landed in a building that is only 5-6 years old but was not wired for ethernet, so we have an ADSL connection. It is normally ok for Netflix, etc but it's not ethernet so backing up files/photos/etc to the cloud can take hours at times. We pay $35/month for landline phone/internet. - Nov 2016

Not expensive but not high speed either. You won't get what you pay for, that's for sure. - Aug 2015

Yes, but the quality varies, and I don't think it's that great overall. I paid about US$30 a month. - Aug 2014

Yes. About US$25/month. - May 2014

Yes. - Jul 2013

Yes. $30/month. - Jun 2013

OK, but slow speeds. - Jul 2012

$100 for TV and Internet- the internet is a little slow, but not bad. - Oct 2011

Yes, at approximately $20-25 a month. - Aug 2011

Yes - 7MB for about $50 per month. Speeds slow down at night. - Jul 2011

We have True, and it's good on the whole but sometimes frustrating! I think we pay around $85 a month. Our maid usually takes the bill to the 7-11 and pays there - very convenient! - Feb 2011

Yes. I think we paid $40-$50 a month. - May 2010

yes, about $30/month - Jan 2010

Available...yes, but not always at a high speed. We're paying right at $50 per month for our wireless internet. - Jul 2009

Yes, about US$30-60 month depending on terms. - Apr 2009

It is available, but not the best. Download speeds are slow and the same cost as the US. - Feb 2009

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