Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

[Price Change]: $70 for 15GB, now $60/mo.

Public Mobile
Public Mobile

Hi Community, 


We have some exciting news to announce today. Effective November 12, 2021 the $70 15GB plan will now be priced at $60, a $10 reduction!


At Public Mobile, we are constantly looking for ways that we can make our services more valuable for our customers.  All of our plans include: Call Display, Voicemail and Conference Calling.


What does this mean for you? 

Existing customers can change their rate plan to the following:

  • $60 per 30 days
  • 15 GB at 3G speed (per 30 days)
  • 500MB BONUS data when you sign up for AutoPay (per 30 days)
  • Unlimited Canada-wide Talk and U.S minutes
  • Unlimited International Text

Important things to know: 


  • Bonus data will expire if account becomes inactive or the rate plan is changed
  • Previous promotions that have been applied to the account that have been indicated as ‘non-stackable’ will be removed when you switch to this plan. To see if a promotion you currently have applied to your account is ‘non-stackable’ please check the terms of that specific promotion. 

How to get this offer: 

  1. Log in on Self Serve
  2. Go to “Plan and Add-ons”
  3. Select “Change Plan”
  4. Select the ready-made plan “$60 for 15GB + 500MB AutoPay Bonus”. You will have the option of changing your plan immediately or upon the next renewal date.

To learn more about Public Mobile plans, click here.


- The Public Mobile Team




and then add $5 every year after that. it's still a good deal. if I weren't taking advantage of rewards. I could see one switching. for me personally I like being able to lower my bill rather than having a big data plan. if I were to switch to the $60/15.5gb plan it would cost me around $18/15.5gb because of the rewards I've accumulated. I also have the ability to make that plan to $0/15.5gb. I know this isn't common, but for me there isn't any provider that compares anymore...

@dicecube wrote:

Virgin Mobile is offering $45 for 17gb of 4g LTE for 2 years and it will be $55 after that.

No contract, right?  you can leave after 2 years when the higher price kicks in , right??

@softech wrote:

No contract, right?  you can leave after 2 years when the higher price kicks in , right??

A two year commitment - with an obligation to complete the term and penalties for quitting early - sounds exactly like a contract to me.


It also means for 2 years you don't have the flexibility to change your plan based on need. If another lockdown occurs you will have to continue to pay for a higher priced data plan than you need.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

@computergeek541 wrote:

Better, but still not great


I think that whar.customers really want to see is the elimination of the "3g" plans.

It's about to be 2022, but we are getting speeds that were standard in 2007. 5G is the new standard, so can't the 3rd tier carriers stay just one generation behind with 4G (21-42 Mbps) speeds? 



I think we'll see it a year after 2nd tier adopts 5g

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen


That's more like it!

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Does this include roaming in the USA 


No only calling to the US. Currently pm only has 10 day roaming add ons for the US.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

I guess it is a step in the right direction...

Need Help? Let's chat.