- 1 How do I move my DSL to a new address?
- 2 What is the return policy for modems purchased from NCF?
- 3 How can I make payments to NCF?
- 4 Is there a fine/interest on late payment?
- 5 Why is my account disabled?
- 6 What is the cancellation policy?
- 7 How do I suspend my DSL service when I won't be using it?
How do I move my DSL to a new address?
- Check that your new address has DSL available by filling out the yellow box on our registration form or by calling our help desk. We only offer DSL service in Ontario and Québec.
- We need at least 5 business days notice to schedule the installation. Typically, someone needs to be home for the installation, so let us know if there is a day you prefer, and your preference of morning (8am - 12pm), afternoon (12pm - 5pm), or evening (5pm - 9pm). Note that only morning or afternoon appointments are available on Saturday, and Sundays and holidays are not available.
- There is a DSL install fee to move your service, refer to our [pricing page](link to rates page) for the current price. Since the same fee applies to any changes to DSL, it's a good time to change the speed of your plan when you are moving since you are already paying the fee.
- You can request the move through our website or by calling the help desk.
What is the return policy for modems purchased from NCF?
- New modems can be returned for a refund within 30 days and can be replaced under warranty within 1 year
- Refurbished modems and routers can be returned for a refund within 30 days and can be replaced under warranty within 90 days
How can I make payments to NCF?
- We can take automatic payments for your monthly bill from a Visa, MasterCard, or from your bank account if you provide us the account number or a void cheque.
- You can make one-time payments by phone or online by credit card or e-transfer. Send e-transfers to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the security question "What is it for?" and the answer being "internet".
- You can also make payments in our office by cash, debit, Visa, MasterCard, cheque. We also accept post-dated cheques for each month of service.
- Payment for hardware and for the installation fee can only be made by cash, debit, or credit card.
Is there a fine/interest on late payment?
- No. Currently there is no fines/interest associated with late payment, however, for DSL accounts that owe more than $20 will have their account disabled and not have service
Why is my account disabled?
- Members who owe balance ($20 or more) on their account will have their DSL account disabled after 10 business days and 3 consecutive email alerts are sent.
- Members who have their DSL account in disabled state for 45days will have their account permanently disabled and removed.
What is the cancellation policy?
- Members can cancel their DSL service or account at anytime. Refund is provided for the unused days in the billing period or the member can donate the balance to NCF.
- When we receive your cancellation, we'll send a confirmation email for your records. If you don't receive a confirmation email, assume that we did not receive your request to cancel your service and that we will continue to bill the monthly fee.
- At NCF there is no long-term contract, no penalty fees, no hassles or need to return your modem (it's yours, you own it, you keep it!) and no high-pressure sales pitches.
How do I suspend my DSL service when I won't be using it?
- We can suspend your service so you don't pay the full price, but we still need to charge $20 per month, plus the dry-loop fee if applicable, to maintain the connection on your line.
- If you'll be away for more than about 2 months, it's less expensive to disconnect the service and reconnect it when you return, since you pay only the activation fee instead of the monthly connection fee. In this case, we need 5 business days notice to schedule the re-connection.