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Videotron Promo: $29.95/2GB BYOD Plan for Up to Four Lines

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Videotron has a new promo for users requiring multiple lines and aren’t heavy data users, as right now you can get a $29.95 per month BYOD plan with 2GB data—with unlimited Canada-wide calling. You will be saving $15 per line as part of this family discount.

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Here’s what’s included in each plan, which requires four lines per account:

  • 2 Gb of data
  • Unlimited calls anywhere in Canada
  • Unlimited text messaging
  • Unlimited photo and video messaging from Québec
  • Call Waiting and Conference Calling
  • Two free add-ons from among the following: Call Display, Call Forwarding, Voicemail
  • The option to keep your current phone number
  • Emergency service (911)

Previously, the minimum plan required for a family discount was at least $50-55 per month.

This 2GB mobile Basic plan is normally priced at $55.95 per month (It’s currently at $44.95), with extra data billed at $7 per gigabyte, and also includes club illico.

Again, if you and your family are normally in Wi-Fi coverage and do not require more than 2GB of data per month, paying $30 each per month with unlimited Canada-wide calling is not bad.

Let us know if you’re going to jump on this!

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  • Seb

    From what I understand, you have to be four members to benefit of this extra low price.

  • Yes, thanks, clarified.

  • Ben

    6 GB was 50$/month back in mid November, so I was able to snatch it for 35$/month under the family plan. Great deal.

  • Krishna Katamaneni

    How about the signal strength in Ottawa(Kanata area)?

  • Dehop

    Acceptable signal (2/4 bars) near the Kanata Centrum area. I get half the speed as I did with Telus though. That’s still 4 to 7 MB/s (32-56 Mbps) though, more than my cable speed, so this isn’t actually a big deal in normal usage, just a readout from a speed test.

  • Dehop

    Same here. We must’ve gotten it around the same time, literally two days after we got on board they’d raised the base price to $55 BYOD, and they’ve tweaked it even further so 5+1 bonus GB is now $60. Still way better than the big 3 and their flanker brands, but not quite as good as it was.

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