My friend and I went to London Drugs to get the SIM card on Jan 1'st (since it was the last day of the promo). I inquired about doing on line at home rather than at London Drugs directly from the rep at London Drugs, He said he can do it there at the store online and we would get the $25 credits plus the free one month promo deal, so it was done online at London Drugs.
Unfortunately, then, you two wouldn't qualify for the $25, as the promo's "online activation" restriction means activations on customers' own devices. It's disappointing to hear of yet another instance where a retailer persuaded a new customer to activate in-store.
That sucks, why would the PM rep at London drugs tell me that then. I feel PM should honor what their retail reps are telling clients.
@reidt, Unfortunately, you might have been mis-led. The $25 referral promo was for on-line (at home) activations only.
The retailers reps aren't employed by PM, so they follow orders from their own managers. They likely want as many activations done in-store as possible in order to get commissions. This is an issue of retailers having their own agenda. PM encourages any customers who encounter issues at retailers to report any incidents to the PM moderators via private message, with as much detail as possible.
Yes it sucks....but lots of promos and referral offers come up from time to time to take advantage of..just remember the INSTORE....and ONLINE ..aspect..
Yes you are right on. Otherwise this is very misleading with that fact misssing.