The North’s main Internet provider says it will extend the current Internet usage relief measures for another month, pending approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.
The relief measures remain the same and depend on the type of service in your community.
The table below was taken from a NorthwesTel news release when it first announced the relief measures in March.
|Network technology||Communities||Internet usage relief|
|Cable Internet customers||Whitehorse, YT
Fort Nelson, BC
Fort Smith, NWT
Norman Wells, NWT
High Level, AB
|All overage fees will be waived in March and April|
|Nunavut Satellite DSL customers||Iqaluit
|Monthly usage increased by 100% for March and April|
|Satellite DSL customers||Old Crow, YT
Fort Ware, BC
Colville Lake, NWT
Sachs Harbour, NWT
Sambaa K’e, NWT
|Monthly usage increased by 50% for March and April|
|Terrestrial DSL customers||All remaining customers||100 GB additional monthly usage in March and April.|
The changes will automatically be added to customers’ bills.