Mayor Lyn Hall (L); Chima Nkemdirim, VP Government Relations for Shaw (R)
Freedom Mobile has launched in another city in British Columbia, with today seeing Prince George go live.
The city’s Mayor, Lyn Hall, was on hand for the Freedom Mobile announcement, seen with Chima Nkemdirim, VP Government Relations for Shaw, in the image above, at a retail store grand opening.
“We are pleased to give the people of Prince George the freedom to enjoy their big, digital lives in a mobile-first world where being connected is critical. At long last, people across the community can access the tremendous value that Freedom Mobile offers elsewhere in Canada,” said Paul McAleese, President, Wireless, Shaw Communications, in a press release.
As with other launches, Shaw is offering a six months promotion offering $15 off Big Gig plans, which makes the company’s $60/10GB plan priced at $45/10GB for half a year.
Freedom Mobile is available at the following retail locations in Prince George:
- Pine Centre Mall (3055 Massey Dr Suite 156)
- Loblaws’ The Mobile Shop (2155 Ferry Ave.)
- Walmart (6565 Southridge Ave.)
Lyn Hall, Mayor of Prince George said in a statement, “Having a connected population allows the City of Prince George to better engage with residents and visitors and to further improve the economic development of our city.”
“Competition is good for our economy, resulting in better services in our communities and lower prices for all,” added Todd Doherty, Member of Parliament for Cariboo-Prince George.
Freedom Mobile says upcoming launches include Prince Rupert, Kamloops, Penticton, Vernon, Courtenay, Comox, and Campbell River in B.C.