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Doing business everywhere in Canada

28 Apr 2014

By Videotron Business Solutions

The Canadian tourism industry represents $78.8 billion annually. Nearly $25 billion comes from Canadian travelers themselves, including over 80% who choose the country as their primary tourism destination*.

Canadian business travelers spend more than $3.5 billion every year during their non-leisure trips. These costs include conference and convention fees, but also transportation, lodging, restaurants, etc.

Toronto is the first destination for Quebec business people, with 145,000 professional visitors from the Belle Province each year, followed by Ottawa (53,000), Vancouver (41,000), Calgary (31,000) and Halifax (17,000)**.

Videotron Business Solutions launches a new mobile plan for business travelers 

Your business brings you to travel to Canadian destinations often? Good news, Videotron Business Solutions just launched a new mobility plan tailored especially to your needs. This new plan includes unlimited calls anywhere in Canada, local and long distance, as well as 6 Gb of data, for just $69.95 per month***.

Your calls from Toronto to Calgary, from Vancouver to Halifax are now free and unlimited. Moreover, with the data allowed, you can now access the Internet on your smartphone from anywhere in the country. GPS, mobile applications, online bookings; this plan brings peace of mind, everywhere in Canada.

Voice and data – Unlimited Business Canada 

  • Unlimited local and long distance calls everywhere in Canada
  • 6 Gb monthly data allowance to access the Internet from your mobile
  • Voice mail (up to 35 messages)
  • Call display
  • Unlimited text messaging
  • Call waiting and call forwarding
  • Conference calls.

This plan was created with business travelers in mind, so that they can work at any time, from anywhere, without roaming charges. Contact us now to subscribe!

* Statistics Canada. Table 426-0005
** Print Measurement Bureau (PMB), 2010
***Promotion valid until November 30, 2013.

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