Wildfires have ravaged Nova Scotia, causing residents in some parts of the province to evacuate their homes.
In response to the devastation, Telus has committed to donating $10,000 to support relief efforts. All evacuated Telus and Koodo post-paid customers will also see a 50GB data top-up.
Our hearts are with those affected by the devastating wildfires in Nova Scotia. Here’s how we’re coming together to provide support:
✅ We’ve committed a donation of $10,000 to support wildfire relief efforts on the ground
✅ We will apply a data top-up of 50 GB to evacuated… pic.twitter.com/ElPiz2SBFo
— TELUS (@TELUS) May 30, 2023
Rogers has also taken action, waiving charges associated with Canadian long-distance calling, SMS, and data overages until June 15th. This applies to impacted customers using Rogers or Fido’s services.
Our hearts go out to those impacted by devastating wildfires in Nova Scotia. To keep our customers connected, we are proactively waiving Canadian long-distance, SMS and data overage charges for impacted postpaid Rogers and Fido wireless customers from May 29-June 15. pic.twitter.com/hdjPNeOLYh
— Rogers (@Rogers) May 30, 2023
Bell Aliant is giving impacted customers 50GB of mobile data until June 19th.
Our thoughts are with those who are affected by the wildfires in Nova Scotia. To help support our impacted customers, Bell is giving an extra 50 GB of mobile data to eligible customers between May 30 – June 19. For more information https://t.co/7W49v7t7AY pic.twitter.com/Wdrz0QbG1h
— Bell Aliant (@Bell_Aliant) May 30, 2023
Updated 31/05/2023 11:55pm ET: The article has been updated with information from Bell Aliant.
Image credit: @NS_DNRR