Freedom Mobile wants to get new customers—by getting existing customers to sign up their friends and family. An email blast to customers includes codes which offer a $40/month plan with 10GB of data for new sign ups—but only for the first year of service, according to RFD.
Here are what example codes look like:
Users are told to show the promo at Freedom Mobile locations to sign up for the $40/10GB promo plan. After a year, we presume the data will drop down to its current allocation of 4GB for $40, which includes unlimited Canada-wide voice and global text.
This is the same $40/10GB promo plan Freedom Mobile launched for one day, targeting Telus, Koodo and Public Mobile customers, in response to the latter’s similar plan targeting Shaw’s wireless carrier. Eventually, Public Mobile pulled their promo ‘suddenly’, and Freedom Mobile pulled back their own.
While Freedom Mobile continues to expand their LTE network, coverage still needs improvement and the company badly needs the next iPhone to support AWS-3, Band 66 LTE.