Hot Deal Cell Phone Plan Alert!
All the major cell phone providers in Canada are having an awesome deal right now.
One company is offering an incredible $60/ month plan that includes 10GB of Data and Unlimited Calls Canada-wide. As soon the word spread, everyone started switching to it, which then, made every other cell phone provider match the deal. The offer is available until Monday, December 18, 2017 so take advantage of this offer while you can. This is one of the best cell phone plans ever offered in Canada.
I took advantage of this offer and switched over from last year’s Fido Boxing Day deal of $60/Month for 6GB Data and Unlimited Canada-Wide Calling. I basically pay the same price, but get an extra 4GB of Data and get the Roam Like Home feature.
There are lots of reports of people waiting up to 3-4 hours in-store, on the phone, or online live chat to switch to the deal. Everyone is trying to get this deal. My suggestion is to try to do it online yourself if you can, or go to a less known location that sells cell phone plans. I went to the Walmart location by my house and was in and out of the store in 20 minutes.
All of the plans are basically the same from all the carriers. Most of the carriers are offering this deal to new customers only. I switched from Fido to Telus. It’s easy and hassle free to switch because they’ll help port your old number to the new provider instantly at no additional costs. You don’t have really do anything besides updating your voicemail box.
$60/Month Bring Your Own Device Promo
- 10GB of Data
- Unlimited Canada-Wide Minutes
- Unlimited Texting Canada, US & international Numbers
- Call Display
- Call Waiting
- Roam Like Home Feature (Roam from United States for $5 or $7/ day)
There are extensive threads with tons of information about each cell phone provider on RedFlagDeals.com:
- Rogers (new and existing customers)
- Telus (new customers)
- Bell (new customers)
- Fido (new customers)
- Koodo (new customers)
- Freedom Mobile (new customers)
- Virgin Mobile (new customers)
If you considering switching to the plan, I suggest reading some of the threads above for more details.
Good luck everyone!