O-NET Internet, TV & Phone Services

O-Net News:

At the November 13, 2023, Regular Council meeting, O-NET Interim CEO Peter Taylor updated Town Council on O-NET's new television platform. In his presentation, Interim CEO Taylor emphasized that customer experience is O-NET’s priority, and he expanded on two primary initiatives: the core network and the television platform. In the video clip, he candidly acknowledged past stability issues with the TV platform and affirmed O-NET’s commitment to correcting the problems and regaining the community's support. 


To learn more about the new television platform, O-NET is holding an information session on November 23, 2023, at the Olds Legion from noon to 8 pm to offer current customers more information on the new technology. The sessions will run every hour on the hour.  “These sessions will allow customers to experience the new platform first-hand,” explained Interim CEO Taylor.


O-NET is Canada’s first community-owned and operated Fibre-to-the-Premises network

 O-NET delivers unique broadcasting, phone and Internet services to its residential and business customers.

Founded in Olds, O-NET was born out of a passion to create a connected community in rural Alberta where residents and businesses have access to the kinds of technology services and experiences that rival the best in Canada.

As Canada’s first community-owned and operated Fibre-to-the-Premises network, O-NET brings together and delivers network operational management, unique broadcasting, phone and Internet services to residential and business customers.

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