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Nunavut is Canada's largest territory. With a population of nearly 40,000, the majority of the territory remains uninhabited. It is a beautifully unique region offering tundras, mountains and wildlife unlike any other region in Canada.

Unfortunately, the bulk of Nunavut is not covered by any telecom carriers. Instead, they tend to focus on the more populous cities like Iqaluit. To keep track of the territory's services, look no further than PlanHub. With our service, you can easily view all the telecommunication services availible. PlanHub allows you to find all the cheapest telecom providers near you.

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Telecom Companies in Nunavut

Due to its geographic location, Nunavut residents do not have access to the same providers as the rest of the country. Still, there are some great options which residents can turn to for solid coverage and rapid speeds. Here are some of the best telecom companies you can find.



Telecommunication services in Nunavut

All Canadians understand how important it is to have access to services like fast internet, mobile data and on demand television. Nunavut is no exception. Keep reading to see our breakdown of telecommunication services.

Mobile Plans in Nunavut

First and foremost, there are a decent amount of options to choose from when it comes to mobile providers. With so many different companies offering different things, citizens have dozens of plans to choose from. If you want to learn more details about mobile plans availible, make sure to click on the small button below.

BYOD is an acronym for "Bring Your Own Device". This option is the most popular, accounting for nearly 73% of the searches conducted on PlanHub.

Best cell phone plans* BYOD ⓘ in Nunavut, Canada for 2024

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Last updated 14 June 2024

Prices and availability can vary greatly depending on your location so make sure you are located in Nunavut.

Use the selector, default to BYOD, to change the cell phone device associated with the plan. Among the most popular cell phones are the , , and .

The best cell phone plan* is the one that suits both your communication and data consumption needs, as well as your budget. The best cell phone plan, therefore, varies from individual to individual. That's why we recommend conducting a personalized plan search to find the one that truly suits your situation. Above are the best cell phone plans from a global perspective, according to PlanHub's ranking algorithm.

This page can only present a limited selection of phone plans. Find all available plans options according to your needs by performing a personalized search.

BYOD is an acronym for "Bring Your Own Device". This option is the most popular, accounting for nearly 73% of the searches conducted on PlanHub.

Cheapest Cell Phone Plans** BYOD ⓘ in Nunavut, Canada for 2024

Not located in Nunavut?

Last updated 14 June 2024

Prices and availability can vary greatly depending on your location so make sure you are located in Nunavut.

Use the selector, defaulting to BYOD, to modify the cell phone device associated with the plan. Among the phones frequently selected with the low-cost plans are the , , and .

The cheapest cell phone plans** presented above may align with your budgetary preferences but not necessarily with your communication needs. That's why we recommend conducting a personalized plan search to find the one that is the cheapest according to your specific requirements. Above are the cheapest cell phone plans, among the most popular ones.

Internet plans in Nunavut

A fast internet connection allows us to stay in touch with the world and discover new things we wouldn't be able to find otherwise. Make sure to check out our list of interent plans in Nunavut below, and keep exploring!

Coverage Map in Nunavut

Want to see specifics about mobile coverage in Nunavut? Check out our coverage map in Nunavut. PlanHub provides a simple and informative map which outlines where each carrier's services are available within the territory.

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Telecommunications FAQ in Nunavut

Still have a question that needs answering? Consider reading through our telecommunications FAQ.


When switching to a new mobile phone provider in Nunavut, the first thing you need to know is what actual needs you have for it. In order to avoid wrong estimates of your phone usage, check your monthly phone bill to know exactly how much mobile data and other services you are using up per month.

Prices for mobile plans in Nunavut are depending on carriers and may change over the time. Click here to find the best mobile plans in the Nunavut

Searching for the best Internet plan in the Nunavut? Discover our internet deals alert system internet deals alert system tool.

When the best internet plan for your needs gets availible in Nunavut, you'll be notified right away by email by PlanHub.

The best deals are usually hidden within carriers websites and often the result of different promotions. This makes it harder for the average person to keep track and find the best plans they can get. Leveraging its knowledge of past price trends, PlanHub has created a state-of-the-art algorithm that tracks prices and identifies the best internet plans in your area.

When switching mobile phone plan providers and remaining in the same geographic area in Nunavut, you can ask to keep the same phone number. This process is also commonly called phone number porting.

You may request service from an other phone carrier at any time. When switching providers:

  • Review your on going contract. Your contract may contain early termination fees and/or outstanding balances that you must pay.
  • Do not terminate your phone service with your existing provider before initiating new service with another carrier.
  • Contact the new provider to begin the process of porting your mobile phone number.
  • Provide the new company with your 10-digit phone number and any additional information required if needed.

Porting is generally a permanent means of moving a phone number to another provider, as the old account associated with the number will be closed.

You can be willing to know more about your internet's speed performances for many reasons. For example, you might want to know if your WiFi is performing as well as what your internet plan offers.

More over, this kind of tests will gives you informations about what internet's speed matches your needs and how much you should be spending on an internet plan in Nunavut. Try our free internet speed test tool to discover more about your WiFi performances.

An Internet service provider (ISP) is a company that provides services for accessing, using, or participating in the Internet. The ISP is the link or conduit between your computer and all the other “servers” on the Internet. It is often referred to as just “the provider.”

It's very important, for security matters, that you change your password and name from your default WiFi. To update your WiFi password in Nunavut follow these steps:

  • Enter the address into your browser's address bar : Standard router addresses are 192.168.1.1, 192.168.0.1, 192.168.2.1, or 10.0.1.1 (Apple) or 10.0.0.1 (Xfinity).
  • Enter your router's username and password.
  • Open the Wireless section. Once you are connected into your router, you will need to find the Wireless section of the configuration page. The exact name changes from providers to providers, but generally you are looking for a ""Wireless"" or ""Wireless Settings/Setup"" tab or button.
  • Modify the password. Look for the box labeled ""Password"", ""Passphrase"" or ""Shared Key"". You can enter your new password into this box.