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    This sounds awesome! PM code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spikerS View Post
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    I will send you a PM shortly. I'll need a bit of info from you.
    I can provide the required info:
    1) Yes that is his real hair
    2) long enough buddy
    3) more than you can afford pal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spikerS View Post
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    I will send you a PM shortly. I'll need a bit of info from you.
    Thanks bud

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    I can provide the required info:
    1) Yes that is his real hair
    2) long enough buddy
    3) more than you can afford pal.
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    Public mobile has a promo for free 1gb data bucket (doesn't expire) if anyone is with them. Also free long distance minutes

    From December 4th (9am eastern) to December 25th, 2019 (11:59pm eastern), new and existing Public Mobile customers are eligible to receive 2 free add-on packages free of charge.

    One add-on will be for international long distance minutes (400), while the other will be a data-add on (1GB).

    New customers can add the free add-ons during the activation process, while existing customers will need to add them from within their self serve accounts. These add-ons are a one-time thing.

    The add-ons do not expire until all usage included in them has been used up, and as long as the Public Mobile account remains open
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    Public Mobile is awesome. They are currently doing some "free international calling add-on" promotion as well. I haven't read that fine print, but could be pretty good for someone who does a lot of long distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pheoxs View Post
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    Public mobile has a promo for free 1gb data bucket (doesn't expire) if anyone is with them.
    From December 4th (9am eastern) to December 25th, 2019 (11:59pm eastern), new and existing Public Mobile customers are eligible to receive 2 free add-on packages free of charge.

    One add-on will be for international long distance minutes (400), while the other will be a data-add on (1GB).

    New customers can add the free add-ons during the activation process, while existing customers will need to add them from within their self serve accounts. These add-ons are a one-time thing.

    The add-ons do not expire until all usage included in them has been used up, and as long as the Public Mobile account remains open
    Thanks! Just added the Holiday Bonus 1GB

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    You should add the international long distance one too, it's also free in the same place. I'm adding that to my wifes account right now.

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    2 - $0 1GB data add-on and $0 400 minutes International Long Distance calling add-on are available to all new and existing Public Mobile customers during December 4th 2019 9:00AM ET and December 25th 2019 11:59PM ET. Add-ons can be added during activation flow and in Self-Serve portal. Free add-ons are one-time only and will fall off account when fully used. Each free add-on can only be added to each customer account once. International Long Distance calling add-on covers the following countries: Canada, United States, China, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom, and Venezuela.
    Some of you must call the Philippines, China or India right? 400 free minutes seems nice.
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    I've been with Telus for a long time, but thinking about changing. Currently on the $70 15GB plan - in reality I don't really need 15GB (have a work phone that gets a lot of use, but I also like having a personal phone) so I could do with a plan with less data. But I haven't really seen any great deals either moving to another provider or staying with Telus that's cheaper/better than my current plan. Any thoughts/ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gqmw View Post
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    I've been with Telus for a long time, but thinking about changing. Currently on the $70 15GB plan - in reality I don't really need 15GB (have a work phone that gets a lot of use, but I also like having a personal phone) so I could do with a plan with less data. But I haven't really seen any great deals either moving to another provider or staying with Telus that's cheaper/better than my current plan. Any thoughts/ideas?
    Koodo has 60$ for 12gb. Not sure if its only for existing customers or for new ones but you could try and call and see if they'll give it to you. (Shameless plug: I can send you a referall code so you get a 25$ credit)
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    My wife's business plan, which I am on, ends on the 21st, and with final papers and finals coming up, I won't have time to look into plans until the 20th. We're with Rogers and have had no issue other than getting ripped off. lol My wife really doesn't like Telus due to past experience with billing issues but I don't think she would necessarily rule them out if the deal was good enough. Obviously, for business purposes, she needs good, reliable coverage.

    This is a way better deal than what they're giving us now (at least in part because we purchased our phones two years ago): https://www.rogers.com/business/wire...rbwrls-0511195

    What is a good deal these days (we'll renew with our existing phones and we only need a few GB of data)?

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    If you don't need a phone, how's $35/mo sound?
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    As said, Public Mobile. I'm just waiting to see what their boxing day deal will be before I switch over. Like many others, I don't need 4G/LTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    If you don't need a phone, how's $35/mo sound?
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    That's pretty good except that we're at 1GB now and we've bumped up against it a couple of times. The $40 plan would work though.

    And this is just pay-as-you-go? How is the coverage? I'm skeptical of these small companies to deliver as well as the larger ones but I hate the larger ones. I'm not sure if the 3G limit would be an issue but we don't stream anything. My wife will occasionally need web access when she's at a client's place but, again, no streaming.

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    Add some fuel to the fire.

    I just signed up with Verizon last week.

    $80 / month
    - unlimited data ( 5G where available, premium 4G for 50GB, normal 4G after that )
    - unlimited calls, Lind distance and texts
    - Canada free calling out
    - free Apple Music
    - free Disney+

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    Quote Originally Posted by duaner View Post
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    That's pretty good except that we're at 1GB now and we've bumped up against it a couple of times. The $40 plan would work though.

    And this is just pay-as-you-go? How is the coverage? I'm skeptical of these small companies to deliver as well as the larger ones but I hate the larger ones. I'm not sure if the 3G limit would be an issue but we don't stream anything. My wife will occasionally need web access when she's at a client's place but, again, no streaming.
    It's 2.5 gb, and coverage is exactly like Telus, as that's who runs this. Yes, prepaid. Zero overage charges because you cannot go over.

    There's also a bonus 1gb/mo for new activations before Dec 8th. I think that's stackable, so you'd be 3.5gb/mo for $35.
    I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KPHMPH View Post
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    Add some fuel to the fire.

    I just signed up with Verizon last week.

    $80 / month
    - unlimited data ( 5G where available, premium 4G for 50GB, normal 4G after that )
    - unlimited calls, Lind distance and texts
    - Canada free calling out
    - free Apple Music
    - free Disney+

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    So 106 CAD. That’s not even that great.

    Just realized I got 10,000 bonus Avion points for signing up with Telus, didn’t even know that was a promo.

    1/3 of a flight anywhere in US/Canada. Decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    It's 2.5 gb, and coverage is exactly like Telus, as that's who runs this. Yes, prepaid. Zero overage charges because you cannot go over.

    There's also a bonus 1gb/mo for new activations before Dec 8th. I think that's stackable, so you'd be 3.5gb/mo for $35.
    I love it.
    Thanks for the info. We won't be able to get it done before the 8th but tis the season for cell plan deals, so this is certainly one to consider.

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