Nobody's asking for an essay, but SOME description of the ranking would at least make sense to include. Lol.bembol wrote: ↑Nov 8th, 2018 5:39 pmI didn't feel like writing an essay.
Base on Value and Customer Service.
Again this is base on my experience.
I feel Customer Service is more important than getting the cheapest or fastest. Fido overall is the best, I'm actually thinking of dumping Roger's too.
Fido has the best customer service, best value. Plans are cheaper, unlike Roger's they offered me $100 credit on my last two upgrades, reliable, offer the 5 extra hours, gotten a free Swiss Chalet meal with them.
And see, your ranking customer service above just about everything would be pretty important, if it was me asking for advice, because for me? Customer service provides zero value. I was with Rogers for 10 years. The only time I ever called customer service was the 2-3 times a year they screwed up my bill and overcharged me (gotta love those random "data roaming in Bulgaria when you were actually in Ireland with data roaming turned off before you left the country" charges!), or when I had to call in to beg for a deal on a phone upgrade without having to bump my plan up another 20 bucks a month. I've saved well over $2000 since leaving them two years ago (first to Public Mobile, and then to Koodo), between my wife and myself, including 3 separate phone upgrades... And my 2 interactions with customer service on both of my new providers have been perfectly fine (neither of which were screw ups on the new providers part, I should add - one time was me purchasing the wrong add-on from Public mobile and requesting a refund over their forums, easy peasy, the other time was calling in to Koodo to get the 6GB migration plan for my wife after she had migrated 2 days earlier with the 4GB plan).
@sportznutt needs to give us some more deets though, before any of us can make a real recommendation on what would be the best carrier for his particular situation. Until we know what he's currently paying for his 4 lines, first of all, we can't make any kind of recommendation. Maybe he's actually getting a really good deal, but it only *seems* expensive?
Lucky Koodo $40/6GB (with $15/10GB add-on) recipient