Primus expands home phone, Internet service to Western Canada

Primus Canada today announced the expansion of its traditional home phone and high speed Internet services in British Columbia and Alberta.

With today’s announcement, traditional home phone services are now available at competitive prices from Primus to the majority of households across both provinces, according to release from the company.

Customers can also bundle their phone service with Primus’ unlimited-usage Internet to take advantage of even more savings.

“Today’s expansion means that more than 2 million households in BC and Alberta can access Primus’ full range of services including reliable phone service and bundled plans with unlimited Internet at affordable prices,” said Rob Warden, Senior Vice President, Residential Services at Primus Canada.

Primus Home Phone customers can save on their monthly phone bill with traditional home phone plans starting at $25.30 per month and digital phone or VoIP (Voice over Internet protocol) plans starting at $9.99.

Internet customers get unlimited usage with download speeds of up to 7 Mbps. Primus also ensures accounts are protected with anti-spam and e-mail virus protection and offers 24/7 access to Canadian technical support associates.

Customers looking to save even more can select the Primus Triple Value Bundle, which offers home phone service with three calling features, unlimited high speed Internet and unlimited worldwide calling within Canada, the US and 50 countries for only $85.35 per month.

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