Commercial Service

Why ask for BridgeNet fibre for your business?

BridgeNet offers businesses fast fibre optic connection, allowing New Westminster businesses to compete in the global marketplace. Whether you’re a small, medium or large business, when you connect with BridgeNet you can be confident that you have a secure and stable fibre infrastructure supporting you.

BridgeNet gives your business access to the City’s fibre network, allowing for speeds of up to 40 times faster than DSL connections, seamless integration of telephone services and value-added internet service providing New Westminster businesses the ability to be ahead of the competition and be leaders in their industries.

To request BridgeNet service for your business, contact one of the Internet Service Providers listed below. The ISP will be able to provide details about their service offerings and explain how you can get connected.

BridgetNet fibre is available in many commercial buildings and industrial areas located in Downtown, Uptown, Quayside, Queensborough, Brewery District and Victoria Hill areas. To find out if BridgeNet fibre is currently available for your business or commercial location check out the map to see the status of the BridgeNet network.

NOTE: The City of New Westminster does not sell BridgeNet fibre or internet services to customers, only the ISPs listed below do.

Benefits of connecting with BridgeNet include:

Faster downloading and uploading, with speeds up to 1 gigabit per second.

Choice of Internet Service Provider.

Competitive pricing structure.

Secure and reliable high speed internet.

Peace of mind knowing that you can access cloud-based applications and take advantage of high-bandwidth activities such as video-conferencing with no disruptions to speed.

Internet Service Providers Servicing Businesses

(Listed in alphabetical order)

AEBC Internet Corporation

AEBC provides high speed Internet, telephone and TV services to select buildings in New Westminster. For more information please call: 604-288-1088.

Astute Internet

Astute Internet provides Dedicated Internet Access to businesses in New Westminster, Coquitlam, Downtown Vancouver and Mount Pleasant. Please call 604-637-7939 for more details.

CIK Telecom Inc.

CIK Telecom provides Fiber Internet, VoIP phone and TV services to both business and residential customers across Canada. Please call 604-320-7231 for more details.

Novus Entertainment Inc.

Novus is Metro Vancouver's largest, independent service provider. Since 1996, we've been happily providing residents with high speed Internet, phone and TV/video services to select residential buildings in Metro Vancouver. Now part of the Bridgenet network, Novus is proud to be offering residential and business services to residents and businesses in New Westminster. For more information please call: 604-642-6688

Urban Communications Inc.

Urbanfibre provides 1,000 Mbps Internet, Television, and Telephone services to businesses and residents in New Westminster. For more information please call 604-439-8530.

Zayo Group Holdings

Commercial, Enterprise, government, high bandwidth web scale companies, Gaming, Movie/ visual effects, MDU

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fibre connections are 40 times faster than your typical DSL connection. What that means for you is that with 1 gigabit per second, you could expect to download an entire HD movie in 25 seconds, or 25 songs on one second.

Since BridgeNet does not sell directly to the end customer, it is always best to contact the authorized Internet Service Providers. Please visit the map page for a closer look at the project plan or contact one of the ISPs listed.

Most businesses and multi-family residential buildings in New Westminster will be able to connect to BridgeNet, however connecting is ultimately the choice of the developer, strata council or property owner.

Allowing BridgeNet in your development or building is an ideal way to ensure future occupants have access to some of the fastest and most competitively priced high-speed internet, phone and TV services in the country. The Building Owners and Managers Association of British Columbia encourages its members to accommodate multiple telecom services providers in their premises in order to enable more competition.