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New Fido $56 ‘Unlimited’ Plan Customers Get the First Month Free until Dec. 31 [Update]

Fido’s popular $56 unlimited plan with 2GB of data has just received a new promo for Boxing Week. New customers signing up to the plan will get the first month free until December 31st. Standard plans and all promo plans are eligible for the first month free.

fido $56 plan

In late November, this plan received double the data to 2GB and in the first week of December it was discounted by $1. The plan is available on a monthly basis or two year contracts. For those looking for this same plan for the iPhone 5, Fido has an unadvertised $67 plan that’s eligible for three year terms.

The $56 promotional plan was recently extended and will expire on January 7th. Expect Koodo and Virgin Mobile to match this promo. Are you on this $56 promo plan?

Update: we spoke to a Fido rep. The $56 plan does not have an expiry date, but can be pulled at any time as it’s a promo. The $67 three year plan does expire on January 7th though.

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  • gtasscarlo

    The $56 plan expires on December 31,2012

  • http://www.iphoneincanada.ca Gary

    Fido told is there is “no expiry” at this time but the $67 plan ends on January 7th.

    I’m assuming your sources are good for the New Year’s Eve expiry? ;)

  • gtasscarlo

    They can extend it, but I think there trying to wrap up Q4 with high numbers. I heard it’s expiring on new years eve. But, if anyone who is interested wants to risk it.

  • t3d

    First month free . . . . with 2-year Fido agreement. So it’s not really comparable with the similar Kodoo & Virgin deals.

  • wahgee

    I like having 6gb data. I routinely avg 2.5gb data use/month.

  • wuju

    boxing week means it started as of yesterday?

  • bad

    talk with rogers they match this plan with 3gb data with iphone

  • Jkps

    Yeah, if says “with 2-year Fido Agreement”

  • mrideas

    Which plan the $56 or their $67 plan?

  • slavine

    They gave me $57 plan for $50 since I’m “old customer”. It was one week ago. I’m with fido ~4years.

  • William

    Hi, i was wondering how you negotiated with fido into giving you the plan for $50? Did u just mention how long u subscribed to them?