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Our dedicated team is standing by to support you with phone support 24/7. If you don’t need urgent support send us an email. We’ll get back to you within 24 hours.

24/7 Local Technical Support


Office Hours For Billing and Sales Inquiries

Monday – Friday: 8 am – 5 pm

Contact Email:


internet support

Tech Support:

1-800-958-5698 Ext. 2


1-800-958-5698 Ext. 3

If you are VISP or High Speed Crow customer, our wireless internet support teams are here to help. Please visit us at:

VISP Contact

High Speed Crow Contact

Billing and Payments

Since we bill a month in advance, your invoices are due upon receiving them. You do, however, have the duration of your billing cycle to make payment before it is considered late.

We follow the best practices of our industry, which typically bills for services a month in advance.

The customer portal’s main purpose is to view your invoices, update payment information and process payments on your account. As we need to make sure all of our records are updated, changes surrounding your email address, mailing address or phone number must be directed to our billing department and they can be reached at billing@valleyfiber.ca or by calling 1-800-958-5698 ext 3.

We are happy to offer customers pre-authorized debit payment options and can help you set that up. Other payment options include MasterCard, Visa, American Express, online banking, cheque and cash. Payment can also be made at our main office with the above listed payment options.


You will get plenty of notice when we come to your area, but follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date.

If you’ve heard that we’re accepting sign-ups in your area, feel free to fill out this form and we will be in contact with you as we get closer to the installation date.

Become a neighbourhood hero. Spread the word. FIBER IS COMING!

Valley Fiber will be using an Active Ethernet Network design that mimics a data center’s build and design style. Our Fiber build is dedicated not passive (GPON). The major difference is that in an Active Ethernet build-out/network design like Valley Fiber’s, we can provide dedicated 1 Gbps+ connections to each individual customer. Dedicated connections mean fast and reliable internet all day every day.

We want our customers to use the services they are receiving without concern of an unexpectedly large bill in the mail. We also do not throttle plans at a set capacity or limit … your plan is truly unlimited.

As long as you have an email account not tied to an internet service provider, such as Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo, you won’t be affected.  If you do not have an email account with one of these providers, you can create one for free and transfer your emails and contact lists to your new account.

If you are in the town/city of construction and we’ve promoted signups, then yes please sign up as soon as possible! If we have not made the sign-up announcement for your community and haven’t started construction there yet, please be patient as we make our way to you!

When we are working in your area, you will receive a deadline notice. If you sign up after the deadline notice, you may be required to pay a one-time installation fee or sign a contract (please contact us for details).

Not every home will get a sign. Contact us if you are unsure that you are on our production list.

At the time of installation, a Valley Fiber technician will flag the proposed route of the conduit and fiber to your home, ultimately to be agreed upon by you. If you are renting a router the technician will install and configure this router in your home. If you are providing your own router, the technician can install a media converter which will act as the Valley Fiber demarc. The demarc will then convert the fiber cable to a standard copper RJ-45 connector that can be connected to your router via a standard cat5e or cat6 cable. Some settings on your router may need to be changed in order to get service, please be ready to make these changes or have your technician available to make the changes for you.

Technical Support

The router you might have installed by Valley Fiber could be a dual-band router with two frequency options (explained below).

2.4Ghz is a lower frequency, better for longer distances and going through objects like walls and floors. The downside is that 2.4Ghz is very common among many household electronics, therefore many devices are “competing” for limited radio space resulting in a potentially poor/slow connection to the internet via your Wi-Fi.

5.8Ghz is a higher frequency which is stronger at shorter distances. There is more 5.8Ghz radio space available resulting in less radio space “competition”. Not all devices support 5.8Ghz, so fewer devices in the home will operate at this frequency, resulting in a potentially stronger internet connection via your Wi-Fi.

Neither one is better than the other!

Construction & Installation

Step 1 – Online Sign-up
Submit our online sign-up form with the plan you’d like along with your contact details and address. This way, we are prepared in advance and can have your paperwork sent to you in time for your area’s deadline. If we do not have an online form submission from you, one of our sales reps will go door-to-door in your area to make sure you don’t “miss the bus”!

Step 2 – Paperwork Deadline
Keep your eyes/ears open for our paperwork deadline in your area.

If you already signed up online, good for you! We will send you the paperwork to sign on time. If you hadn’t signed up online, we will be sure to go door-to-door to make sure we don’t miss you. When your paperwork and payment information is in, you’re officially set to get your fiber! Now you can sit back and watch our crews work.

Step 3 – Follow us on social media for updates
Got your sign-up form in? Awesome!

Now wait patiently, follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates and exciting things happening in our world. One day soon, you’ll be laughing at the internet you once had!

Step 4 – Location Marking
All services such as hydro/gas, water, telecommunication providers, etc. will need to be located so we make sure not to hit them when drilling.As a result of this, there will be many flags, spray paint, and pylons around town to mark all the utilities!

It’s also very important to have your own private utilities such as sprinkler systems, electrical you’ve installed yourself, etc. to be clearly located for our field team. If you have any questions regarding your private locates, these can be directed to flagging@valleyfiber.ca

Step 5 – Proposed Fiber Route
Before our contractors enter your area, the Valley Fiber field team will flag our proposed route up to your home or business. If you have any questions regarding our proposed route, these can be directed to 1-800-958-5698 or flagging@valleyfiber.ca

Step 6 – Installing Mainline
The first step in the construction phase is to install mainline conduit. This conduit is coloured and delivered on large reels, then pulled underground by directional drilling or stitching.

Step 7 – Conduit Vaults
We take pride in the build of our network being entirely underground. No unsightly above-ground pedestals to hit, knock over, or repair!

The Mainline conduit is connected to concrete vaults placed underground where the fiber is spliced and pushed to your home or business through conduit.

Step 8 – Fiber Drop
After mainline and vault placements are complete, and the proposed route to your home or business is confirmed, the contractor will move on to installing drop duct.

Drop duct is the conduit that connects your home/business directly to our mainline/backbone at the Town/Municipality’s right of way. If your home is directionally drilled there will be a hole roughly 3×3′ made at at the mainline in front of your home/business to gain access and connect to the mainline conduit. The conduit to your home/business will be drilled from this hole, up to the NID placement on your building. In some regions this process will be done using stitching. After this drop duct is brought to your building, A Valley Fiber field tech will install the NID on the outside of your building and connect it to the conduit. After the NID is installed and all conduit in place, a Valley Fiber Drop Crew will push your fiber up to the NID and you’re now ready for your final install!

Step 9 – Final Installation
When all mainline and drop fiber is in place, a Valley Fiber representative will be in touch to schedule your final install and activate your services!

Our installer will bring the fiber into the home from the NID, run fiber to the desired place in your home/business, and install your Media Converter (if you have your own router) or Router (if renting one).

After the final install, your services are live and you’re now connected to one of the fastest networks in Canada.

Welcome aboard!

Before any underground construction takes place, you must go to clickbeforeyoudigmb.com or call 1-800-940-3447 to submit a locate request. Click Before You Dig will notify Valley Fiber and all other utilities in the area of your project to make it easy for you. Valley Fiber and other utilities will then contact you directly to schedule a locate.

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