Fido, Koodo, Virgin Promos: $60 with 2GB; $45 Gets Canada-Wide Minutes


Fido, Koodo and Virgin have launched new promo plans for customers, in what appears to be another simultaneous marketing move.

A new $60 per month plan with 2GB of data is now available, which offers unlimited Canada-wide minutes and unlimited messaging. This plan is similar to the previous $56/57 plan with 2GB data from a few years back, but data overages this time around cost more ($5/250MB).

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Also new is the $45 plan with 1GB data we previously told you about—but gets 500 Canada-wide minutes now, instead of 200 local minutes and it’s available everywhere (not just in Ontario like before).

Again, you know the drill—if you’re on a previous plan that is not as good as these promos, call in and make the switch. No word on when these offers expire, but stay tuned.


  • Rl

    And they said we have no Competition in Canada!! (being sarcastic)

  • Henry Gan

    Still on my Fido $45 1GB Unlimited Canada wide talk text plan from last year.

  • Kevin

    Still on my Fido $45 2GB /$50 3GB /$60 5GB Unlimited Canada wide talk text plan from last week.

  • iverge

    Still on my Public Mobile $38 1.3GB Unlimited province talk, Unlimited Canada text

  • billy

    Still on my Rogers Share Everything plan Unlimited Local Talk & Text for w/ 1GB for $120. Includes Call Display too!

  • Lakh Jhajj

    Still stuck with Rogers for $95+tax 6gb unlimited Canada wide. For one more year. Hoping by then Wind/Shaw will come for the rescue with $39 unlimited everything Canada wide on LTE. Shaw you can charge $10 more per month okay for giving us LTE.

  • jabohn

    The Virgin page says only for new or upgrading customers. How BYOD applies to upgrading, I don’t know. The $45 deal is similar to the $45 plan I already have except minutes are less and the data is more.

  • jabohn

    You can’t choose these deals through the website, but a quick 5 minute call later (including hold time) and I switched to the $45 plan. It’s identical to my old one but I’m more likely to use the increased data and I barely use 200 minutes per month (much less 750 on the old plan) so 500 is plenty.

  • Biggy604

    I dont know if its because of the Shaw Canle purchase but WIND mobile no long has unlimited data.

    I dont think they’ll switch back to unlimited everything again.

  • KiwiBri

    yikes!! You think thats good?