So wait, if I phone somebody anywhere in Canada it's covered with this plan, but I can't call those outside Canada? But lets say Person A calls me from United States, or Europe or something, would that be covered? Or would I have to pay extra?
For outgoing calls, Canada-wide calling means that you can call Canadian phone numbers.
It never matters where the other person calls you from.
Either way, Public Mobile doesn't have pay-per-use charges. If something hasn't already been paid for, it just doesn't work.
You can call anyone in Canada, or receive calls from anyone in Canada, andreceive calls from anyone in the world.
In order to call outside of Canada, you need to purchase the applicable add-on for that specific area or country.
That's disappointing. Just getting into the service and it's already gonna bump up $5?
The plan that you sign up to will be honored, at the price advertised.
So if I signup tomorrow I'm paying $25 (not counting autopay, etc). But come May I'd be paying $30/month (not counting autopay, etc)
Ok, so if I don't travel outside Canada that add-on would be pointless? (Just wanting to clarify so I understand correctly).
The plan only includes usage while you're in Canada. The service won't work in any other coutnry other than the U.S., and for that, you'll need a roaming add-on.