Connecting Canadians in need
Having access to reliable internet is essential in today’s interconnected world. But for low-income families it can still be a struggle.
Internet for GoodTM is an innovative program offered in BC and AB that provides eligible Canadians with the tools and connectivity they need to succeed. Families receiving the maximum Canada Child Benefit can apply for the Internet for Good program by following the steps outlined below.
Internet connectivity for $9.95/mo (plus applicable taxes) for 24 months; regular pricing thereafter
Speeds of up to 25 megabits per second (where available) and up to 300 gigabits of data per month
Option to purchase a low cost refurbished computer through BC Technology for Learning
No contract or cancellation fees
Digital literacy support available at any of our TELUS Learning Centres
Access to free TELUS Wise® training and tools to participate safely in our digital world
Extending the impact of Internet for Good during the COVID-19 pandemic
We have empowered School Boards working with us in Alberta and BC to extend our Internet for Good offer directly to families in need. If you have school-aged children and are in need of internet access, please discuss your situation with your child’s school to see if they are participating and if they can provide you with an Internet for Good redemption code.
Low-income Canadian families
Internet for Good supports thousands of low-income Canadian families in BC and Alberta who have children under the age of majority and are currently receiving the maximum Canada Child Benefit.
How to apply
You are eligible for Internet for Good if you have ONE of the following:
Bringing digital equality to low-income families
Struggling Vancouver moms Reava Connolly and Jessica Taylor found meaningful connections online and with their children with help from Internet for Good.