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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

$10 plans

Hello and I thought that PM had $10 plans???  .. now I don't see that option in the "plans section".  Does PM no longer have this plan?  Thanks, Dale

Mayor / Maire

Re: $10 plans

@dalemobile 

Sorry the $10 plans are not available at the present time. Expired October 6

 

https://productioncommunity.publicmobile.ca/t5/Announcements/Extended-to-Oct-6-Get-an-extra-10-Credi...

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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: $10 plans

Hmm ... may I ask why? .. Just curious.. thanks again

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: $10 plans

Telus offers a $10 plan

Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: $10 plans

oh, ok, thanks for the info

Mayor / Maire

Re: $10 plans


@dalemobile wrote:

Hmm ... may I ask why? .. Just curious.. thanks again


The competition got rid of their $10 plans (ie. Lucky mobile), so PM followed their lead.  

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $10 plans


@dalemobile wrote:

Hmm ... may I ask why? .. Just curious.. thanks again


$10 plan means some members will take that instead of a higher priced plan. The counters decided the numbers are better without a $10 plan.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $10 plans

Would be great if PM brought back the $10 plan.  I have someone in the family who I'm getting them a cell phone and need a plan to go with it.  Since they aren't dialing much, wanted to get them the $10 plan but I guess I have to look elsewhere unless they bring it back.

 

Would be awesome if they did bring it back, like during the holidays or something like that, as $10 plan -$2 autopay = $8/mo and I just add the $5 500 minute to never worry about running out of minutes.

Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: $10 plans

@SomeFriend   There has been a lot of interest within the community to bring back the $10 plan but it's unlikely that this will happen. However the $15 plan w/autopay at $13 is still a great deal with unlimited incoming calls and texts, 100 outgoing calls and 250mb of data it fits many peoples needs for only $5 more per month. It was common advice for many to bump up to this plan because they would run out of calling and outgoing text features when using it as their main phone. The $10 plan only worked well as a way of maintaining of phone number or as an emergency or back up phone. Really whats an extra $5 one less starbucks coffee a month....

Great Citizen / Super Citoyen

Re: $10 plans

$5 is $60 a year, $600 over ten years.  I have the $10 plan, it's more than I need, PM should reinstate it as they are throwing away business by not offering it.