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|Founded 📆||May 1997|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Longueuil, Quebec, Canada|
Area served 🗺️
|Jean-Philippe Béïque (CEO)|
|Products 📟||High Speed Internet, VOIP Telecommunications|
|Revenue🤑||between 20 to 50 millions |
Number of employees
EBOX is a Canadian Internet service provider based in Longueuil, Quebec, with branches in Ontario.
The company was created in 1997 in Montreal and has since grown into becoming the largest independent cable internet provider in Quebec. In 2014, Electronic Box ranked 14th in the Profit 500 guide as one of Canada's fastest growing companies, with a growth of 2,912%.
In 2016, Electronic Box was renamed EBOX.
EBOX mostly use the network infrastructure of Bell, Rogers, Videotron and Cogeco, but offers different prices and packages.
EBOX offers a wide range of Cable and DSL Internet packages, for both home and business, with speed varying from 5 Mbit/s up to 250 Mbit/s.
EBOX also offers VoIP telephony services, with a local plan and a long distance plan.
EBOX plan to offer iptv plans in the near future. 
EBOX is a member of the Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC).
EBOX store and EBOX campus
In 2016, EBOX announced the opening of the first EBOX store, a 3000 ft2 boutique where customers can test and purchase products. A few weeks later, EBOX announced a 7.5 million dollars investment  for the installation of the EBOX Campus, a workplace for EBOX's 150 employees.
- Internet in Canada
- "Electronic Box: About". Retrieved September 16, 2014.
- "Profit 500 guide". Retrieved September 16, 2014.
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