https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans/20GB-4Gspeed $55 (Limited Time
offer)20GB "4G Speed" dataunlimited Canada-wide minutesunlimited
International texts (and text attachments)\3x Points-back (15% for 12
months, with conditions) This is definitely ...
I just noticed that all of the plans (3G and 4G) currently offer "3x
Points-back", "Get 2.25 to 14.25 points/mo" (points/mo varies, it's 15%
of $15 to $95 plan cost). (There's also a couple of "Limited TIme" plan
prices, $65 $60 15GB and $75 $65 20GB...
Edward Snowden (the "alleged" ex-NSA WikiLeaks guy) disables the
microphone in his phone. He physically snips the mic wires, removes the
mic component, or extracts the mic logic chip from his phone before
using it. He just plugs in a wired headset wh...
had to extend the chart to fit Canada into the far, far, far right.
Again.) CRTC Promoting Low-Cost Plans for Bell, Rogers, Telus,
The entire Rogers network went offline for most of the day on July 8. So
roughly one-third of all Canadians had no mobile service for the day.
I've heard a lot of people complain about that, omg no social media for
a whole day I'm astonished there we...
@J_PM wrote:Congratulations to our Winners@Rosguru, @umnikke8,
@darlicious @Korth, @softech, @treefrog, @bridonca, @hendelar, @Dawn69,
@robertoHow do I claim the prize, though? I wasn't even sure if my
(second) response met the deadline, but I see m...
@darlicious wrote:@Korth PM will send a customer a configuration file
for this issue.I recall this being discussed before. Some (a few?)
customers apparently received this file. Many (most?) customers
(including me) who requested this file received n...
@will13am wrote:... If I was a student today, I would not be spending
frivolously on mobile data. Frivolous? But the Big Three have it all
planned out for consumers. We're expected to happily pay them $35+ for
basic plans, $60+ for better plans, $100...
@BKNS27 wrote:@Emmarose6650PM operates on 3G and 4G.PM uses the Telus
network.3G is used for calling. 4G (VoLTE) calling is not supported.3G
(UMTS/HSPA+) is used for "fallback" data. It's usually not an automatic
default anymore and usually must be m...
It's worth noting that fastest speed will always be limited by the
slowest link in the chain.Often it's the network.And often it's the
device hardware itself. Different SoCs have different modems, codecs,
capacities - even if they all advertise the s...