I'm not sure what competators you are speaking of. Maybe its different in your area but every $25 plan i've seen is far from unlimited ranging from 50-150 mins of talk. Personally I find I use that time on hold in a single tech support call with my internet provider or arranging my car insurance. The $35 plans is where unlimited starts to kick in and there isn't any way to bring the bill down.
If that's all you need then sure maybe its a little high. But that's the whole point of shopping around isn't it?
My point is that for unlimited talk province wide it should be between $15-$20 plus rewards, then its good in beta.
If I have to pay $30 with no face to face interaction then its expensive. Chatr,Mobilicity and Wind do have same plans.
Perhaps. If Can-Wide Talk + Txt was, $35, and Prov-Talk + Txt $30
Can-Wide Talk $25
Prov-Wide Talk $20
That's more in line with Fairness, wouldn't you say
NOW, If Can-Wide Talk + Txt + 1 Gig Costed $45
Can-Wide Talk + Txt + 2 Gig $55
Prov-Wide Talk + Txt + 1 Gig $40
That maybe more of a Bargain
Prices like These, example can help Shape the Future, of Price
Down NOT have to be a Windy, or Moby Like Price per say, that's Unreasonable, BUT, Prices need to be FAIR, JUST, 50/50
I used PM when they gave $15 province wide, it was in 2011 now same thing I am getting in $30 and customer service. This is too high.
Sometimes the price you pay, Quality may NOT be up to Standards
Service today is much better, Nation-Wide, Not Mini-Mappie-Miney Zones
Weigh in all, Pros/KHANS, and see the Difference