Internet Scotland

Silo has been serving Scotland since the beginning! In 2007, we installed equipment on Bishopsgate Rd. This was one of Silo’s first transmission sites! The second site to service Scotland was our Haley site, located on a grain elevator at Bishopsgate and Fairfield.

Our Scotland tower was recently equipped with next generation LTE technology which has allowed us to offer faster speeds to more people!

Previously, we weren’t able to reach the part of Scotland in the valley and along hwy 24, but this tower has allowed us the furthest reach in the area that we’ve ever had.

Silo has Internet packages designed for residential homes and businesses and soon Scotland will also have access to our new TV service!

Customers have provided hundreds of reviews on both Facebook and Google.

Scotland Internet Plans

nextPath and Unlimited Packages

Silo has been located in Scotland for the past twelve years!

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

Internet in Brant Ontario
Tower

Find us at:

19 Sage Court
Brantford ON
N3R 7T4

Call: 519 449 5656

Some of our oldest customers are from right here in Scotland. We asked them to tell us the truth about their experiences. Here’s what some of our customers from Scotland had to say…

I have been a client of Silo for over 10 years, business and personal. I have used many different services over the years and can tell you that no connection is perfect. I can also tell you that Silo has the best customer service I have ever seen. That is what means the most to myself and our business. When problems happen, they are on it quick… props to the Silo team.

Pat Fisher

Always reliable and able to grow as our needs do. We keep finding new ways to use the internet and Silo helps us keep up as technology changes. Well done!

Gary Foster

I’ve been a long time Silo Wireless subscriber. The company and the people working for it have been excellent to work with. When problems creep up they are quick to respond. Not only that when it comes to the big issues the company is willing to spend the money to correct them.

Case and point 2 years ago their were some issues with their new LTE network. In order to understand and fix the speed issues that were being experienced by myself and many other users they brought in a specialized tool. I believe the cost was around 200k. This tool then determined that the issues were actually related to LTE interference caused by AT&T in the states. After working with AT&T and resolving the issues the internet was running great again.

With this kind of commitment to their customers and their pride in providing an excellent experience, I would recommend them to anyone living in a rural area looking for fast dependable internet access.

Richard Zylstra
Scotland

Why we love Scotland…

Scotland, named after the home country of many of its first settlers, is a great place to stop on your way to Lake Erie for a bite to eat and to breathe in some Canadian history.

Many of Scotland’s first community pillars were established between 1830 and 1860. The village got its first hotel in 1830, its first store in 1836, its first saw mill in 1848, its first post office in 1855 and its first grist mill in 1861. Back then, the water from Malcolm’s Creek was enough to power major industries like the woolen mill, grist mill, tannery and foundry.

On a drive through Scotland today, you can see the plaque placed to commemorate Dr. Charles Duncombe at the corner of Talbot and Simcoe St. He was not only a well respected politician and physician but he famously lead the rebellion in 1837. From there, continue to 27 Talbot St. where you can see a house built in 1891, and then head to 10 Church St. to see the historic Scotland United Church, built in 1850.

Scotland’s Optimist Park, offers beautiful gardens designed to attract butterflies as well as a children’s playground. If you’re looking for a meal, locals love a slice of pizza from the Scotland Food Market or fish & chips at The Field House Restaurant.

Fun fact: The Scotland Amateur Journal Mayhap, Scotland’s first weekly newspaper was in production from 1882-85. Its successor, the Scotland Sun ran from 1892-94.

Other than Scotland, in Brant County, Silo also services the communities of  Brantford, St. George, Burford, Oakland, East Oakland, Burtch, Newport, Cainsville, Langford, Osborne Corners, Glen Morris, Harrisburg, Muir, Harley, Northfield, Kelvin, Mount Vernon.

Our technicians are in your neighbourhood! Follow us on Instagram to see their photos of landscapes, pets, wildlife and events in Scotland!

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