Eastlink is continuing to expand its wireless offerings in New Brunswick, with its service now stretching from Saint John to Fredericton.
The carrier has been expanding aggressively into the wireless sector since 2013 when it first launched in Nova Scotia. The carrier’s wireless service is now available in five provinces, with the most recent expansion being into New Brunswick.
“We are so pleased to continue the expansion of our wireless service further into New Brunswick, our goal has been to deliver the best possible experience for our customers by investing in the latest network technology, providing great value for money, and delivering customer service that exceeds our customers’ expectations,” said Lee Bragg the CEO of Eastlink in a press release sent to MobileSyrup.
Users can expect an easy way to switch from their existing contract to another carrier through Eastlink’s ‘easy contract buyout.’ The easy contract buyout could offer users up to $200 CAD to buy them out of their existing contract. The company is also offering worry-free data that will eliminate unexpected overages, according to an Eastlink press release.
With its steady advance in the wireless space, Eastlink is offering more choice to customers who are often only subject to having service from one carrier in their area.
Currently, EastLink is offering wireless to customers in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and parts of Ontario.