March 3rd was the third anniversary of online-only wireless service! It was the 3rd anniversary on the 3rd day of the 3rd month, very special
Last year, they filled us with lots of changes. They listened to our feedback, and took necessary actions to keep some of us happy. Check out some of the things they did:
They have gone far and beyond, and they couldn't have done it without your help. Your continuous support and voice you spread across the community made them appreciate our value.
To make this special occasion, I don't know about you all, but I want the 3rd anniversary badge on my Profile. Depending on how long you have been with them, rumors says they might get rid of rewards or you might see a price increase, but nothing is official.
Thanks for being part of this community to help and support other members. Your dedication to this community can't be forgotten.
Thanks for letting us know about the anniversary and yes I'd like a shiny new badge to go along with my 2nd-anniversary one. Gosh what a year it's been especially the last month,
Summed up very nicely @NDesai, the good, the bad and the ugly.
I'm waiting for my 3-year anniversary badge too, for street cred... I've survived the chaos and PM is still a good deal for me, only time will tell if that remains true...
The way things are going now, who knows how many more are to come.
There still could be a place for Public Mobile, especially for prepaid users. There's also some market out there for talk only plans in the $20 price range for people want to replace home telephone services.
But for the mainstream users consuming data, watching videos and the such, I'm not sure how much more effort there's going to be to market Public Mobile. We could eventually just see things quiet down and existing customers remain but without the push to get new customers. There's also the possibility that the Public Mobile could pull a Solo where new customers were no longer accepted.
That's clearly all speculation, but I would not at all be surprised if Public Mobile got folded into Koodo's prepaid department, if that hasn't already partially been done.