I will be heading to the US for a bit over a month, but only need phone
access for about 4 days at the start of the trip, and 2 days at the end
of the trip. I will not be able to use my phone at all for about a month
in between. I don't want to have ...
I don't remember ever seeing this message splashed across the top of my
account page before, but I just logged in on the day that my month
begins. I am on autopay. It says "! Please disregard this message if you
have enough funds in your balance or a...
I am currently paying $1 + tax for my bill due to my rewards points.
Once it gets down to $0, what happens if I end up getting additional
reward credits? Or does it just stop there and I should upgrade my plan?
My friend wants to sign up with Public Mobile. He currently has a plan
with Freedom Mobile. Can someone remind me how to port an existing phone
number again, and also how to find out if his number is portable?
Public Mobile: Will there ever be any international roaming packages
offered, beyond just the US?Also, curious what people do when travelling
abroad but for extended periods of time (more than their 10 day
packages)? Do you get a local SIM card or do...
So this is for new activations only then? Not old customers? I almost
switched my plan to access this but I have a grandfathered $30 plan and
would lose it, so I am glad I read the other comments here!
I definitely think it is worse than the old system so am not opting in.
Does this mean we no longer get $1 credit each month in rewards points
if we refer people, or is that still in effect for those of us on the
I just took a cursory glance at the new point thing and I think I like
the old way better. It sounds like we don't get an automatically reduced
bill anymore if we opt in. Currently I have a $30 plan and I pay only $1
due to my rewards (and it will so...