Is the total accumulation of data spread over the 90 days (the rollover) the main reason someone would get a 90 day plan vs a 30 day plan? Or is there a better reason why they would?
I just see the 90 day plan as an opportunity to use more data at one point in time without being charged extra for going over a lower limit
Yes, of course it is (data lasting the entire 90 days). That's the very reason Public calls it a 90 day plan. On a side note, I believe a lot of the confusion has to do with the way Public Mobile sometimes tries to market these plans in 30-day equivalent pricing.
I think that un-used data would roll over even after 90 days as long as you keep renewing your monthly pan. I'm basing my assumption on the fact that data add ons do roll over.
@ohitora only Canadian add-ons that are unused carryforward nothing from the plan will carry over
thank you so much! I actually misunderstood of my 90 days plan. Good thing I read your post, that way I don't use all my data in a month. LOL!
But if I do have some data left after 90 days cycle, will it be carry over to my next 90 days or not? I can't find an answer.
Following the initial 90 day period I believe it would keep on rolling over every 30 days.
There are a few posts above trying to explain to you that NO, PLAN DATA DOES NOT ROLL OVER TO THE NEXT CYCLE. Add-ons do but the regular plan data DOES NOT.
@ohitora if you have a 90-day plan your data is for the 90 days then unused is gone, same with 30-day plans. Only unused Canadian add-ons carry forward.
@Marie-Sue, Data that is part of a plan does not roll over to the next 30 day cycle. If it is a data add-on, then it does carry over.