$25 plan not enough data. $40 plan too much money. $30 plan makes sense. I will stick with my $10 plan.
Why would the Quebec plan be different?
This is likely the result of Videtron/Fizz operating in Quebec.
Let's never mind about Fizz or even Lucky's current $30 promotion for all provinces. This $35 plan that includes 2GB is just a bad deal, even when comapred to Public Mobile's regular priced plans.
With all these data plans I've had over the Last five years, it's clear that I get around🤣
Originally I was with freedom 2015,I stayed with them Until I started my new job in 2019 Because freedom wasn't reliable, then I switched to lucky mobile because it was reliable, they pushed me into one of those Lucky to virgin migration plans So I went for it, and I felt very duped for paying higher prices for LTE because they weren't any better than what I had with lucky, So I dumped virgin mobile and went with public a month ago.. I an't paying $65 for eight gigs of data with virgin, And I will not be switching to any public to Koodo migration plans... I've learned my lesson once and I'm not gonna fall for it a second time ..My bill with virgin mobile was so high because they kept bombarding me with random fees
I don’t blame ya! Freedom is spotty.
Migration offers are all smoke and mirrors in my opinion.
@TMS I agree, those migration plans are just garbage, they trap you and then they rape you with fees month after month making your bill hugely inflated.. My highest bill with virgin was $80 and i had no idea what any of the fees were for. I was like screw this I'm out of here, so I cancelled and moved here and honestly I couldn't be any happier, and with the two dollar discount for auto pay, and one dollar off every year for five years.. my 8gb plan will be $43 plus tax after five years.. Can't really beat that..
The sad part with public though is that the mobile kios peoples always talk new customers into going with the likes of virgin or Koodo. The other day I convinced a random stranger to go to public because of the discounts of auto pay, and one dollar off your bill every year for up to 5 years.. originally the person was going to go with Public but the kiosk woman persuaded him into Virgin by saying that Public had no tech-support, but I persuaded him back to his original decision With the auto pay, and the dollar off every year for five years, and I mentioned the online forms he can go for help..