Internet Otterville

Silo has been serving Otterville for five years. Our first equipment was installed on a local grain elevator! Now, we’re proud to have leased a 300 ft tower near Otterville, equipped it with next generation LTE technology, allowing for reliable signals and faster speeds!

Silo is happy to provide Internet suitable for both homes and businesses in Otterville and soon the community will have access to the new and highly anticipated Silo TV!

Silo is happy to have received hundreds of honest reviews on Google and Facebook.

Otterville Internet Plans

nextPath and Unlimited Packages

Silo has been located in Otterville for the past five years!

Are you a new customer? Come in and ask us about our services! Existing customer with a question? We welcome you to visit!

Customer Service
Tower

Find us at:

19 Sage Court
Brantford ON
N3R 7T4

Call: 519 449 5656

Silo is happy to have received hundreds of honest reviews on Google and Facebook. Here’s what a couple Oxford County residents think…

I have been using Silo for close to 2 years now and it is awesome! They have great customer service and support.

Jill Atkinson

For us in a rural area, Silo has provided reliable service. Disruption of service are few and far between. Subscribing to Silo was one of the best things I have ever done.

Colin Wright
Otterville

Why we love Otterville…

Otterville is a historic gem nestled in Oxford County. The community was settled in 1807 by Quakers hailing from the United States. In 1829 Otterville welcomed free and escaped slaves to build new lives there. Otterville’s Black community found homes, and congregated at the Otterville African Methodist Episcopal Church, which was active into the 1880s. The church’s cemetery is preserved to this day, where a plaque commemorates the historical Black settlement.

The Otterville Mill, built in 1845, still stands proudly on Otter Creek and is maintained by the South Norwich Historical Society. Locals and visitors can enjoy tours of the historic site by request. The mill and surrounding meadow are also the site of an annual barbecue.

At the Grand Trunk Railway Station Museum and Blacksmith Shop visitors can see the 1875 station restored to the condition it was in 1881. Here history buffs will learn about railway construction in the 1880s, the Underground Railroad and early Black settlement, and about the area’s early Quaker heritage. Visitors can also enjoy a stroll through tall pines at Otterville Park. Bring the family to take advantage of their swimming pool, baseball diamond, tennis court and playground.

Fun fact: Felix Douma and Harold Innis, both accomplished scholars and writers, called Otterville home!

Other than Otterville, in Oxford County, Silo also services the communities of Woodstock, Bright, Drumbo, Innerkip, NorwichPrinceton, Wolverton, Richwood, Gobles, Etonia, Canning, Creditville, Muir, Oxford Centre, Curries, Holbrook, Burgessville, Beaconsfield, Springford, Milldale, Brown’s Corner, New Durham, Hinks Corners, Ranelagh.

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Call 519-449-5656 / 1-866-727-4138 or send a message below.
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