In the News
Meet Ian Stevens, President and CEO of Execulink Telecom
February 24, 2013 - It’s not easy being the little guy standing among the giants, but Ian Stevens and Execulink Telecom are finding their own way.
In an industry where customers want their services to work all day, every day, the expectations are high.
Read the full article from the London Free Press
Fibre network up and running in Norwich
Lemko Provides MVNO Wireless to Canada's Execulink Telecom
Execulink Office Open for Customers
Execulink to Build New Head Office in Woodstock
Execulink Relocates Head Office to Woodstock
Oxford County, Execulink agree to share fibre
The agreement provides mutual benefit to both the County of Oxford Integrated Network (COIN) and Execulink.
Network Expansion to meet New Challenges
As a major communications service provider based in South-western Ontario, Execulink Telecom’s business has seen a steady growth, not only in increased customer base, but as well the demand for more bandwidth. Supporting both residential and business customers, Execulink Telecom continues to offer services that are meeting their needs for today and tomorrow.
High Speed Internet Project in Oxford County is Complete
March 19, 2012 - The County will hold a celebration Wednesday, March 28th, to mark the completion of its $3-million, two-year project with Execulink Telecom to bring High Speed Internet access to rural residents and businesses in Oxford County.
Read the full article from the Woodstock Sentinel Review
CRTC Internet Usage Ruling
December 1, 2011 - Independent Internet service providers (ISPs) like Execulink Telecom met on Nov. 17th to review the latest Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) decision (Telecom Notice 2011-77). This decision affected the pricing model for ISPs who purchase access from National carriers in order to provide competitively priced residential internet services.
CRTC has revised its earlier plan of charging ISPs for their individual customers’ usage to one where ISPs are charged based on peak capacity of their entire wholesale customer base. The impact of this decision is still being analyzed by all ISPs and the major carriers as to how it will affect ISPs offering competitively priced residential internet services.
At this point, Execulink Telecom does not anticipate altering its current strategy of providing a high quality residential internet access experience to our customers via a customer specific usage billing system.
Execulink employees help rescued dogs in Oxford County
December, 2011 - When Deena Wilson received a link to a story about the 42 dogs taken into custody by the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) in the county last Thursday, December 1, she knew she wanted to help.
Read the full article in the Norwich Gazette
High-speed Internet service now available in most areas of Oxford County
August 11, 2011 - Residents and businesses are pleased that they can now get High Speed Internet Service. The $3-million network will be completed in late fall once infrastructure is in place in Mount Elgin and a portion of Tillsonburg. Information sessions are going on throughout the fall for Norwich, Otterville and Tillsonburg residents who would like more information.
Read the full article in the Woodstock Sentinel Review
Learn more about the Rural Oxford Connections program by visiting Rural Oxford Connections
Keith Stevens to receive L.S. Lauchland Medal from The University of Western Ontario
May 6, 2011 - We’re pleased to share that Keith Stevens, chairman of the Board of Directors for Execulink Telecom has been selected to receive the 2011 L.S. Lauchland Engineering Alumni Medal from The University of Western Ontario. Keith was selected in honour of his outstanding contributions to the engineering profession, business leadership and community involvement.
Read the full article from The University of Western Ontario
High-speed Internet service “turned up” for the first time in Oxford’s rural east
March 23, 2011 - High Speed Internet access is available for the first time in eastern Oxford County with the “turn up” of broadband service in Blandford-Blenheim, East Zorra-Tavistock and Norwich Township by Execulink Telecom, the County of Oxford’s industry partner for Rural Oxford Connections. These communities can now sign up and begin receiving Internet service at speeds up to ten times faster than previously available.
Press Release Oxford County growing stronger...together (PDF)