What PM should do?
Like Cooking, when something went wrong, Refire with new ingredients.
So, The current Plans as is, Toss them, and start afresh
what incentive does this pricing give a new customer to switch to PM or to select PM over the competiton???
OMG PM offering 3G, FM don't even offer 3G anymore, 3G the smartphone last 12 hours, if 4G LTE for this price, I am sure lots peeps will jumping on the bandwagon.
It really does feel like a masive regression in terms of pricing and data speeds with the new cost structure - it appears the PM is positioning itself to be the 'Telus version of Chatr' when you compare pricing. The PM brand has changed during today and not for the better, in my opinion.
I agree with what many have already said, moving to offer 3G is regressive instead of the progressive model that PM offered this morning (Let alone offering 3G plans for more $$ than you offered LTE 12 hours ago). This price structure is moving a lot of loyal PM'ers to not bother referring anyone to the brand because there is no incentive for new customers to come here - especially if there is no one to call if issues arise.
This leaves the Canadian wireless landscape with only one real and viable low-cost carrier - Freedom Mobile. And once they have their 700 Mhz spectrum up and running, it will drastically make them real contender against the big 3. PM- you've left a bad taste in our mouths after today.
@kav2001c, I agree.
@Jeremy_M, I must admit, having a 2 Tier System
One for 3G
Other for 4G
I think PM should perhaps NOT do that 2 Tier system
OR, Have the 3G in a Separate area, W. it's Own Separate Fees and such.
The 4G diagram is great as it was BEFORE these changes or recent.
PM should Reconsider this, I think PPL Might not be as forgiving
IF PM had more Options for the 4G, LIKE Higher Data Plans at more Competitive pricing, like fairly cheap, Then perhaps the 3G Plan offerings might NOT need to be necessary