Rogers launched a promotion earlier today for the upcoming Lunar New Year, and its flanker brand Fido has similarly done the same.
Available now are BYOD plans at $48/3GB and $58/5GB, which include 500 Canada-wide anytime minutes, unlimited evenings and weekends at 5pm and unlimited international texting. A bonus offer throws in 1,000 international minutes to China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan for 24 months only.
Fido says this offer is for new customers, while existing customers can add a line to their account to get this deal for “someone you love”.
The company does not state an expiry date, only to say “offer available for a limited time and subject to change without notice.”
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