Expired Hot Deals

[Freedom Mobile] $40/4.5GB Plan with 40GB Data Bonus, This Weekend Only

  • Last Updated:
  • Dec 2nd, 2018 4:06 pm
[OP]
Newbie
Feb 6, 2015
9 posts
7 upvotes
North York, ON

[Freedom Mobile] $40/4.5GB Plan with 40GB Data Bonus, This Weekend Only

Promo Home 4.5GB for $40 per month with Digital Discount
Enjoy 40GB of bonus data when you activate a new line or upgrade your existing service.
This Weekend Only, offer ends Dec 3
14 replies
Sr. Member
User avatar
Nov 4, 2016
747 posts
432 upvotes
Damn. I have a grandfathered 5Gb for $35 plan. But even I am tempted. $40 for 44.5Gb?
Best shopping deals I got from here:
Asus Zenfone 3 Zoom $300, ZTE Blade V8 Pro $175, Fluld 55' 4k TV $360
Deal Fanatic
Dec 11, 2003
7770 posts
278 upvotes
4.5GB per month,
40 GB one time
October 2015 for sale, PM for details!
PS3 EA Sports Active 2 $20
195-65-15 Winter tire with alloy wheel $500
Member
Jan 13, 2007
411 posts
36 upvotes
Barrie
I'd like to know as well if that's alloted for the month or what terms?
Newbie
Aug 17, 2018
11 posts
1 upvote
Here you go
Your bonus data will only be used after you have used up all the fast LTE data in your rate plan each month and, once the total amount of bonus data is depleted, it will not be replenished.
xeryusdvirus wrote:
Dec 1st, 2018 7:37 pm
I'd like to know as well if that's alloted for the month or what terms?
Member
User avatar
Apr 13, 2009
268 posts
108 upvotes
Toronto
4.5GB? Unusual number...
I'm wondering when will unlimited data become part of a common plan, similar to voice and SMS today.
Deal Addict
Dec 14, 2008
1567 posts
546 upvotes
zajacik99 wrote:
Dec 1st, 2018 9:29 pm
4.5GB? Unusual number...
I'm wondering when will unlimited data become part of a common plan, similar to voice and SMS today.
When we don't really care much for data, similar to voice and SMS today.
Deal Addict
Jun 28, 2017
1321 posts
733 upvotes
This will only happen once the telecom companies are protected by barriers to entry from foreign competition.

Until then let’s fund the big 3 CEO’s private jets!
Deal Guru
Feb 13, 2012
11690 posts
2542 upvotes
VANCOUVER
slimysnot wrote:
Dec 1st, 2018 10:01 pm
When we don't really care much for data, similar to voice and SMS today.
So, by then, if we didn't care much for voice, sms, and data, what would we need the phones for?
Sr. Member
Nov 21, 2011
514 posts
59 upvotes
CALGARY
Big 4

Wheres the hot deals on plans for 15 -25$
Newbie
Jun 6, 2015
44 posts
12 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Freedom is starting to become garbage again. Last year I bought the ready to go south addon for 2 months and it was awesome. Now I see they've almost tripled or more the price of it.

5 months to go and I'll be up for a new phone/provider. Peace out 'freedom'
Deal Addict
Feb 4, 2003
2078 posts
106 upvotes
I have the 8gb $50 border plan, would I be eligible to get this free addon?
Deal Fanatic
Aug 14, 2007
9542 posts
1079 upvotes
Toronto
How is their reception in general? If it's anything like Wind was (from what I've heard) then I won't bother.

Was looking into either the Note 9 or Pixel 3 XL with them.
Jr. Member
User avatar
Dec 1, 2018
121 posts
136 upvotes
XtremeModder wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2018 9:30 am
How is their reception in general? If it's anything like Wind was (from what I've heard) then I won't bother.

Was looking into either the Note 9 or Pixel 3 XL with them.
their reception is spotty i find, great in most subway stations though
whenever i use data its fast in the early morning 6am however i find that during rush hour 4-6pm its sooo slow

sometimes when im in a basement or underground i dont receive signal

but otherwise i get what i paid for
Banned
User avatar
Dec 7, 2012
32228 posts
8485 upvotes
GTHA
Batmon wrote:
Dec 2nd, 2018 9:34 am
their reception is spotty i find, great in most subway stations though
whenever i use data its fast in the early morning 6am however i find that during rush hour 4-6pm its sooo slow

sometimes when im in a basement or underground i dont receive signal

but otherwise i get what i paid for
There is a reason for this. Freedom Mobile is using the network built by 'BAI Communications Canada' for the TTC.

from https://www.theglobeandmail.com/busines ... to-subway/

BAI Communications Canada won a contract to build the network for the country’s biggest underground transit system and says so far, only Freedom, which is owned by Shaw Communications Inc., has negotiated access for its customers.

None of the dominant wireless carriers – Rogers Communications Inc., BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. – have signed on to give their subscribers service on the subway, which carries about 700,000 passengers on average each weekday, according to the TTC.

Freedom Mobile customers can use cell service to text and make calls at all stations as well as in the tunnel for much of the downtown “loop” portion of the TTC’s Yonge-University line, plus in the tunnel of a recently opened extension to York University in the city’s northwest. WiFi is available to everyone on all subway platforms (users must watch one ad for an hour of access).

Top