Primus is permanently removing data overage charges on all of its capped internet plans, its guardian firm Distributel has introduced.
Earlier this 12 months, Distributel acquired Primus, bringing it below Canadian possession. Distributel had said that the acquisition will permit the 2 corporations to construct a stronger Canadian telecom model that gives residential, enterprise and wholesale companies.
Primus quickly eliminated data overage charges in March 2020, as a number of different carriers did in the direction of the beginning of the pandemic, however now joins Distributel in making the choice everlasting.
“We are so proud to be able to do this for our customers. Our customers’ satisfaction is a top priority for us,” mentioned Distributel CEO Matt Stein in a press launch.
“As Canadians continue to live through the COVID-19 pandemic, more than ever before, the importance of having affordable access to unlimited internet is a necessity, and we’ll be here to support their changing needs,” Stein outlined.
Distributel notes that this transformation is efficient instantly throughout all capped plans and that clients don’t should take any motion.
The service says this resolution will assist Canadians who’re working or studying from dwelling to remain related with out worrying about further prices.