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[Mobilicity] Mobilicity 50% OFF ALL PLANS. Limited time offer is back

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[Mobilicity] Mobilicity 50% OFF ALL PLANS. Limited time offer is back

Mobilicity 50% OFF ALL PLANS! Limited time offer is back again.


Limited time offer and available to new activations only. Receive 50% off $25/$35 regular rate plans for 6 months or $45/$55 regular rate plans for 12 months while customer is on automatic monthly payments (preauthorized credit/ debit payment). Taxes are extra.

http://mobilicity.ca/plans/
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12 months for the 2 higher priced plans.
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I've missed out on so many deals due to being an existing customer, they need to throw us a bone now and then.
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So bad no Montreal

I need one for Montreal.. > :(
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How is the service in GTA? Is the reception good for voice and data connections? Thanks.
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boon1 wrote:
Nov 1st, 2012 2:18 pm
How is the service in GTA? Is the reception good for voice and data connections? Thanks.

My buddy lives beside Warden subway station and he gets no reception in his basement. He has to sit on his porch to send and receive texts, and inside his house he only gets 2g data (edge).
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choch wrote:
Nov 1st, 2012 2:32 pm
My buddy lives beside Warden subway station and he gets no reception in his basement. He has to sit on his porch to send and receive texts, and inside his house he only gets 2g data (edge).
wow, that bad? The offers are quite attractive. As long as the reception are good "on the road" or on 1st level then I'm good and may consider this deal.
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Living in the City is great for reception (in my experience), but once you leave the area it starts to struggle.
You will notice a difference between the big 3 and Mobilicity / Wind, but its palatable given the price.

Correction: New activation only.
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sweet time to renew the plan i applied for last year!
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goat wrote:
Nov 1st, 2012 3:01 pm
Living in the City is great for reception (in my experience), but once you leave the area it starts to struggle.
You will notice a difference between the big 3 and Mobilicity / Wind, but its palatable given the price.

Note that there's a $15 fee for switching plans if you're a current customer.
No, I'm not existing Mobilicity customer. Any idea of any fee for porting my number to Mobilicity? and is there any activation fee?
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boon1 wrote:
Nov 1st, 2012 2:18 pm
How is the service in GTA? Is the reception good for voice and data connections? Thanks.
I've never had any problems anywhere, reception was better than I got with Rogers in a lot of places.
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boon1 wrote:
Nov 1st, 2012 3:06 pm
No, I'm not existing Mobilicity customer. Any idea of any fee for porting my number to Mobilicity? and is there any activation fee?
No fee for porting, unless your current carrier imposes a fee for breaking your contract. There's also no activation fee, although if you're not buying a phone you will have to pay for a sim card ($20).

Mobilicity's coverage, like Wind's, is still spotty. You may find that you have no signal in your house, even on the first or second floor. There are several areas in the GTA which are advertised as covered but you might find that the signal doesn't penetrate through the walls into your home or apartment.
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I wish my rogers contract was up =(. i want data
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Also, be advised that your speeds are capped at around 2Mb/s, and they will remain at or below that speed unless you pay an extra $20 a month for premium data. I was with Mobilicity for 2 years and it worked relatively well for me at my office, but when traveling around the city you'll find that the data is unusable in many places.
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ok so with rogers i can get lte data for $30 a month? and with mobilicity i can get unlimited data $10 and premium data for $20 a month = same price as rogers but at least there network works as good as rogers and is just as big.
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