If you’re a Koodo or Fido customer in Quebec, both companies have reintroduced unlimited nationwide talk and text plans with 1GB and 2GB data in the province, for $43 and $53 respectively. For Koodo below, additional data is charged at $5/250MB.
Fido has the same plans available, but their data overages are charged at $10/500MB.
Both companies are offering these plans as available for BYOD month-to-month and on contract.
Previously, when Koodo, Fido and Virgin offered this same plan last year, it was $45 per month. Now, it appears to be $2 cheaper for each plan, so you’re ‘saving’. As of writing, Virgin Mobile does not offer these plans (yet).
If have generous amounts of available Wi-Fi during your day, 1GB or 2GB of data should treat you fine. Let us know if you’re going to jump on these.
Other articles in the category: Carriers
TekSavvy Slams Minister for Approving ‘Anti-Competitive’ Rogers-Shaw Merger
TekSavvy expressed its disappointment in the decision of Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne to approve the Rogers-Shaw merger and related sale of Shaw's Freedom Mobile to Quebecor's Vidéotron. The company claims that the decision disregards unlawful Rogers-Vidéotron agreements and the ongoing investigation by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) into anticompetitive wholesale agreements. TekSavvy has...
Senator Criticizes Rogers-Shaw Merger, Blames Competition Commissioner
Independent Canadian senator Colin Deacon has criticized today's approval of the Rogers-Shaw merger, saying that the conditions and penalties imposed on the deal would not be necessary if Canada's Competition Act did not favour oligopolies. He argues that the Competition Commissioner in Canada lacks the same powers as their counterparts in other G7 countries, which...
Rogers-Shaw Merger Approved by Minister, Decision Blasted by Critics
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced on Friday morning he has approved the Rogers-Shaw merger, to nobody’s surprise. “Today, I am informing Canadians that I have secured on their behalf unprecedent and legally binding commitments from Rogers and Videotron. And, after imposing strict conditions, the spectrum...