Third-party voice-over-IP provider Comwave is launching high-speed Internet services across Canada, the company announced last week. In a release last Friday, Comwave, based in Toronto, said its Internet service plans will be unlimited. Comwave said in the release that its home phone with Internet bundles start at $50 per month and include six months of free home phone service. The company’s high-speed Internet is now available in Ontario and Quebec, the release said, and it has plans to roll out nationally in the summer. Darryl Singer, director of marketing and digital at Comwave, said by email Tuesday that the company’s network is leased DSL but that it will have access to a cable network in the second quarter of 2013. Yuval Barzakay, president and CEO of Comwave, said in a statement last Friday that Internet services should not be capped. “As well, adding a cost effective internet solution to our great stable of VoIP and Long Distance products, allows us to create aggressively priced Bundled Solutions that no other telecommunications company can compete with,” he said.