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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Paying for Service

I have a friend who is thinking of joining public mobile, but they like to pay for their plan for the entire year as 1 payment.  How would this work or could this work?

Mayor / Maire

Re: Paying for Service


@Tammy3 wrote:

I have a friend who is thinking of joining public mobile, but they like to pay for their plan for the entire year as 1 payment.  How would this work or could this work?


Just deposit money into the account and the renewals will take from that pot first. Set up a payment card to get the $2 reward. It just won't hit the card.

Oracle

Re: Paying for Service


@Tammy3 wrote:

I have a friend who is thinking of joining public mobile, but they like to pay for their plan for the entire year as 1 payment.  How would this work or could this work?


They would need to add the payment manually by going into the account and going to make payment.  You can then add an amount you wish to add to be taken from a credit card on file.  My question is why lock up a years worth of funds.  What if a better offer comes up from another provider, you can't get money back.


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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Paying for Service

That's a really good point,  I guess they are so used to being in a contract with a service provider.

Re: Paying for Service


@Tammy3 wrote:

I have a friend who is thinking of joining public mobile, but they like to pay for their plan for the entire year as 1 payment.  How would this work or could this work?


You could do this but there is practically no advantage, except for maybe being able to budget things out ahead of time.  It's also possible that you could end up needing the money for something else in the short term.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Paying for Service

Add money using a cc or voucher. As the member stated, why pay that much upfront when PM is a prepaid carrier. If you tranfer to another carrier before the end of your payment month, you will lose the funds for that particular month.