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L> Looking for the best prepaid service for iphone 5

making a new thread for more specific help now i have decided to just get unlocked iphone5

something similar to this

wind pay after plan 0$/mo
-unlimited income calls/msg.
-pay as i go
-for 20c/min outgoing calls

no monthly plan would be best. i don't use much data or text or call at all.
i wanted just keep an line here and use iphone5 too oversea with a local gsm without having to suspend the phone plan here

thanks
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Data is your issue on pay as you go, as can get very expensive for a little usage.

Some alternatives to WIND, PC( presidents choice ) Mobility, speakout wireless 7-11, petro canada mobility

Just cut the sim down to nano sim for iphone 5 for these providers, lots of templates on net on howto.
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@theguyz

thanks for the point.
data is not needed or minimumly required since i use wifi most of the time
have u tried any yourself and think it works best for my situation
wongbr wrote:
Dec 13th, 2012 11:27 am
http://forums.redflagdeals.com/suggesti ... n-1271802/


Why'd you create ANOTHER thread asking for the exact same thing?
Why'd you replywhen i clearly STATED i made this thread for more specific questions and helps.

simply choose not to reply if you offer no help instead of acting like a mod
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Most of the prepaids will be similar, though the MVNO's might tend to be cheaper (President's choice, Petro Can, Speakout). In the other thread you mentioned wanting unlimited incoming calls, which I don't expect you are going to get on prepaid, or rather not on their cheaper by the minute prepaid plans.
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mytalk wrote:
Dec 13th, 2012 2:51 pm
@theguyz

thanks for the point.
data is not needed or minimumly required since i use wifi most of the time
have u tried any yourself and think it works best for my situation



Why'd you replywhen i clearly STATED i made this thread for more specific questions and helps.

simply choose not to reply if you offer no help instead of acting like a mod

The issue is your low usage, so determining provider is more or less a preference, but as well you want a long expiry. With any pay as you go you can take a monthly plan, but then needs top ups every 30 days, not what you want. All providers if you do anytime $100 top up card last a year, but as well if you do speakout or pc mobility any denomination lasts a year.

Another factor is network provider is using, Midas well say only 2 in canada, bell and rogers. pc mobility runs off bell network, and petro and speakout off rogers network. Wind well, its city and region based so unless you stay put in city its a non-contender.
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Have a look at koodo or virgin... You are not tied to a contract with either of them
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