With Hurricane Fiona 🌀 having knocked out power in Prince Edward Island, we may be (according to Maritime Electric) without power for days or even weeks & no WiFi...so we're all relying on mobile data for everything. TELUS, Koodo, Rogers, Fido Mobile & Eastlink have all announced data overage forgivness for their customers for the rest of this week. I know PM doesn't have overages, we just get cut off when we reach our data limit but would they maybe uncap our data for the week or add a bunch of extra gigs to our plans?
Is there any help coming for we loyal Public Mobile customers?
@dolphingirl303- Well...there've been a few. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canada_hurricanes
I certainly sympathize though. Wow.
That other user was completely oblivious to all of this. He seemed to figure that Katrina was practically a Scotch Mist (to exaggerate).
He also keeps asking how people are going to and from the states these days claiming the borders are closed.
So nevermind him and his rantings.
What homophobic remark did I make? My question and replies above made no reference whatsoever to the topic of anyone's preference of partner or lifestyle. I am not homophobic nor did I make any homophobic comments. Please explain why this was flagged.
The removed post was not be you. It was by a different member.
Gas powered generator... Until we run out of gas. Then we charge our phones in the car... And then we go to a local reception center to charge them if we run low on fuel in the car.
All of our gas stations have no power so we can't get gas and most of them ran out of gas hours before the storm hit, anyway. I work at a gas station and we ran out Friday at suppertime.
It's a really bad situation here. The worst storm we've ever had, by far. The Armed Forces are arriving tomorrow to assist with cleanup.
@JeffDoc hi I haven't heard anything ,they don't have data overage here but there is no harm in asking customer service
to contact a customer service agent
1. you can open a ticket through Simon here https://publicmobile.ca/chatbot.
2. alternatively you can private message them here
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