How will a Canada Post work stoppage impact me?
During a Canada Post work stoppage you may not receive your bill on time, however you are still responsible for making payments by the scheduled due date.
How can I pay my bills during this time?
Register for online billing at bellaliant.ca/businessbill to ensure you continue to receive and can pay your bills. Remember, you remain responsible for paying your bills on time. As such, and to avoid late fees, pay your bill at bellaliant.ca/businessbill or through online banking at your financial institution.
I usually pay my bills by sending a cheque in the mail; can I continue to do this?
During a Canada Post work stoppage, we may not receive your cheque on time. To avoid late payment fees, register and complete your bill payment online at bellaliant.ca/businessbill or through online banking at your financial institution.
I am a brand new customer. How will I know when my first bill is due and how will I pay it?
During a Canada Post work stoppage you may experience a delay in the receipt of your first bill. However you are still responsible for making payments by the scheduled due date.
To avoid late payment fees, you will need to call 1-866-4-ALIANT 30 days after your service is installed. Our dedicated customer service team will be able to confirm your bill balance, due date and the easiest method of payment.
How do I register for online billing?
Registering for online billing is quick and easy. To sign up for online billing, visit bellaliant.ca/businessbill and select ‘Go to Online Billing for Business’. Follow the simple steps to view, pay and better manage your business bills.
I need new equipment. How can I get it during the Canada Post work stoppage?
Bell Aliant has special arrangements in place to ensure that Bell Aliant products and equipment, including modems and cables, will continue to be delivered to customers without delay. To discuss your equipments needs, call 1-866-4-ALIANT.