Ice Wireless, a subsidiary of Iristel Inc., is partnering with a regional Quebec government to deliver cellular and data services for the first time in a remote area of Northern Quebec. The 14 communities in Nunavik, which comprises the northern third of the province, will get 3G and LTE services and data plans after an agreement between Ice Wireless and Tamaani Internet, the telecom owned by the Kativik regional government (KRG),. The more than 14,000 residents of the area “live in one of the very few remote areas in Canada still without cellular and mobility data services," a Tuesday release said. Under the deal, Ice Wireless will provide “its expertise, access to spectrum, national and international roaming and access to its parent company Iristel’s extensive Canada-wide telephone network,” while KRG will contribute bandwidth and access to its telecom infrastructure. All smartphone plans will include unlimited calls, texts and roaming throughout Canada, the United States and Mexico starting from $59, the release said. The company began selling these services last year. The announcement comes a day after Iristel said it would launch wireless service in parts of Ontario and Quebec, under the Iristel brand. Its Ice Wireless subsidiary operates a wireless network in parts of Yukon and the Northwest Territories.