Month: November 2011

O Canada

Toronto Harbourfront ©@gallerymagdic/Flickr

O Canada!
Our home and native land!
True patriot love in all thy sons command.
With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
The True North strong and free!

Our next residential Fusion feature:

Free calling to Canada!

Canada is our #1 international destination, so this will save our customers thousands of dollars every year. Just pick up the phone and call, Fusion now includes nationwide calling plus calls to Canada, free! (For up to eight hours of international calls … see all the fine print below.)

With Fusion, it’s all about the free stuff!

Fusion offers the fastest broadband without usage caps, a real land line phone service with unlimited nationwide calling, voicemail, caller ID and even free 411. And now, we’ve added free international calling to Canada!

With Fusion, you are liberated from traditional broadband and telephone services, and now you are free to call just a bit further.

The Fusion vision is to build the ideal service: fast unlimited broadband with strong privacy policies, plus unlimited phone service and lots of features included free. Thank you for your support as we continue to work to make this vision a reality.


Dane Jasper
CEO & Co-Founder / Sonic Telecom

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* The fine print: Destinations which are billed as domestic are billed at the same rate as a domestic U.S. call would be; free for residential Fusion users, 1¢ per minute for business Fusion users. Free residential international calls to Canada are limited to 8 hours of calling per month. Business international calls to Canada at 1¢ per minute are limited to 8 hours per month. After 8 hours, calls are billed at 2.5¢ per minute.


Today, Congress holds a hearing on a bill that would create America’s first system for internet censorship. Stand with us to stop it.

Please join the Free Software Foundation, EFF, Public Knowledge, Creative Commons, Mozilla and in speaking out against SOPA and PROTECT-IP. These bills give too much control of the Internet to the entertainment industry, and threaten to fundamentally change the Internet we all use every day.

To take action, please write congress.

To learn more about this threat, please watch the video:

PROTECT IP Act Breaks The Internet from Fight for the Future on Vimeo.