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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

$15 Plan

Dear Members,

I have $15 plan monthly plan for my public mobile. 

The plan detail mentions - "Unlimited  International Text and Picture Messaging". But no information is provided about Local text messaging, that is messaging within Canada. Is local messaging as well unlimited/free? 

 

Thank you.

 

Best,

Vivek

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $15 Plan

Yes everything is included and unlimited from anywhere though happen to be in Canada with access to Telus network to anywhere in Canada

Mayor / Maire

Re: $15 Plan

Vivek11 yes it most definitely is!!

GR
Mayor / Maire

Re: $15 Plan

@Vivek1  yes all text  are free as long as you're in Canada 

Mayor / Maire

Re: $15 Plan

@Vivek1  Unlimited International texting means that you can send  and receive texts to and from anywhere in the world (including Canada) as long as you are in Canada.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $15 Plan

Yes, all messaging is free with this plan. Just make sure they originate in Canada.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $15 Plan

If a service is not included in you plan, it will just don’t work.
Public Mobile is prepaid, you will never get other fees if you don’t buy add-on.

Great Neighbour / Super Voisin

Re: $15 Plan

Hi Vivek,

 

As long as you are sending message within Canada, the plan you are having is allowed you to send unlimited Text and Picture message to anywhere.

 

Daniel

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: $15 Plan

Thank you so much for your response!!!

Mayor / Maire

Re: $15 Plan

@Vivek1

 

You do need to configure your APN Settings for Public Mobile and have Data (or WiFi) Enabled to send and receive MMS attachments. They do use Data connection but they don't use any billable/measured Data (meaning they don't consume any Data Add-ons you might purchase, no Data is provided in your $15 Plan).

 

Without active data connection you'll only see "click to download" placeholders. The Telus network will store attachments which haven't yet been received (acknowledged with a receipt), but I don't know how many msgs can be stored or how long they can be stored before they're "lost" (deleted by the system).