Fido has updated its Pulse Plans with some new options that are “limited time offers”.
According to the update, there is now a 2-year contract option for the 300MB plan ($5/100MB overages) with 300 Canada-wide minutes, now available for $50 per month. This 2-year Tab24 agreement provides up to $350 in hardware subsidies.
Back in June, this 300MB/300 minutes plan received a bump of 50 extra minutes (matching Koodo and Virgin), while the Tab24 monthly option was unavailable until today.
Meanwhile, on the lower end of the spectrum, there is now a 100MB ($10/100MB overages) plan that includes 200 Canada-wide minutes for $45 per month on Tab24 contracts, or $30 for BYOD users.
Looks like these plans are targeting ‘light’ smartphone users who do not require a lot of data. But of course, data overages are more expensive at these lower tiers compared to higher monthly plans.
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