Unifi is a wireless network provider that’s bringing broadband internet to people in rural areas.
It’s based in Winnipeg, Manitoba and operates under a licence from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.
They also offer a “dream deferred” model.
It allows people to pay an extra $5 per month and they get a fixed wireless connection.
The network has a number of different plans that include a $300 plan, $200 plan and a $50 plan.
It also has a $150 “dream high” plan.
They’re all on the same plans.
The difference between these plans is that you can get a “high speed” internet plan that lets you connect to speeds of up to 100 megabits per second.
It doesn’t have a speed limit, but it has a download limit of 20 megabit per second and upload limit of 500 megabitter per second (in other words, your internet will download and upload at the same time).
The idea is to connect people to the internet when they need it.
It could also be used as a way of reducing your electricity bills if you don’t have the time to pay a bill and are on a fixed broadband connection.
If you want to read more about the service, you can read this story from CBC Manitoba.
The cost of the service varies according to the speed of the connection you get and the number of people you connect with, but they’re all cheaper than an average cable internet service.
The unifi network has been in operation since 2001 and is owned by a group of people from Winnipeg, but the majority of the network is still in Manitoba.
They do have a connection in Victoria, BC.