For the battle to begin, Freedom needs to jump over its head, and liberate their customers from "freedom zones".kabyLake wrote: ↑Nov 9th, 2017 7:27 amI think all this change with Freedom is for good, and finally shuts the mouths on the naysayers about call quality and data integrity. Just wanted to let you guys know, Freedom is also in the works of deploying Apple iPhone's, now that iPhone 8 and X both support B66. And with B4 and B7 soon to be used by Freedom this put's lots of iPhone users to be able to use LTE on their networks. I wonder what Robbers and Hell's strategy will be to retain customers? Let the battle BEGIN!
How likely this to happen? And by what cost? Rumours were, they are going to partner with Rogers to use rogers network outside their zones? Has that happened yet?
I was paying about $32/month per line for my Wind lines. Now paying about $35 per line for PM, and feel so much happier with my service.
LTE on Freedom would not make me return, until zones exist. Ah, yes, and decent Freedom plans start from $50/month now.
So what battle you are talking about...?
Instead, the whole situation is morphing into a Big-3.5