Sign up for G Suite and save 20% on the first year

Does your company need affordable, easy-to-use email with your own domain name? For a limited time Phoenix Gate Studio is offering a 20% discount for a whole year to new customers who sign up with G Suite email service from Google.

You can sign up for a free trial and the 20% discount off your first year, or contact us using the form below and we’ll help set you up.

Google’s G Suite includes an array of tools and apps for just $5 per user, per month.

What does G Suite include to help your business?

  1. You can get custom email and more with Gmail for work.
  2. It helps employees get things done while collaborating more quickly and efficiently.
  3. Millions of businesses large and small have already made the switch.

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Summer Deal: Free domain with one year of email

Until the end of August, Phoenix Gate Studio is offering a deal to get you started with a professional email address at your own domain name. Just sign up for one year for email service*, with our Google for Work plan, and we’ll cover the cost of a free domain name for one year.

You pick the domain name, and as long as it is available we’ll register it for you, set it up with a Google for Work email account, and provide all the instructions for using it, including setup details for connecting it with Microsoft Outlook, your smart phone, or most standard email programs.

That’s a savings of $50, including the cost of setup.

A professional email account is an important indicator for your customers and potential customers that you represent an established and reputable business. It’s the first step in setting up your business so you can email and communicate with customers, and it’s useful for a number of business activities. Most importantly, it shows that you’re serious about your business.

To get started, fill in the form below and we’ll get you set up right away.

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* A signed contract is required for this service, and all fees are due at the time of signing. GST/HST is also applicable for Canadian residents. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer from Phoenix Gate Studio. Phoenix Gate Studio is an approved reseller of Google for Work services. Standard domain extensions (.CA, .COM, .NET, .ORG) are included.

One year of email service with Google for Work is billed at $60 per year, plus taxes.


Best Practices: Does Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law (CASL) Apply?

Looking for a quick guide to whether you need to think about Canada’s new Anti-Spam Law (CASL)?  The Government of Canada has put together quick infographics and documents to help guide you. Read on to better understand how CASL applies to you and your business.

No type of organization, including charities and non-profit organizations, is exempt from Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation.

If you use electronic channels to promote or market your organization, products or services, Canada’s new Anti-Spam Law may affect you.

You should ask yourself:

Q: Do you use email, SMS, social media or instant messaging to send commercial or promotional information about your organization to reach customers, prospects and other important audiences?

Q: Do you install software programs on people’s computers or mobile devices?

Q: Do you carry out these activities in or from Canada?

If you answered yes, go to for more information.

This resource, which is intended to provide a plain language explanation of some of the requirements under the Act, is not to be considered as legal advice, an interpretation of any legislation or regulations, or as a settlement or commitment on behalf of the Enforcement Agencies for Canada’s Anti-Spam Law.

Does CASL apply
Does CASL apply