They're not going to voluntarily remote unlock all phones. Consumers will have to reach out to the carrier for the free unlock.MyNameWasTaken wrote: ↑Oct 16th, 2017 11:07 pmVisited a Rogers store (Eaton Centre) and was told they will only unlock a phone if a customer explicitly asks for free come Dec 1st. Pretty misleading IMO.
Also, you all should check out the business plans - if you are able to switch over they are cheaper and the phone contract prices are cheaper too; couple that with port in credits of up to $300
Small business deals are better than consumer.
I expect rate plans to keep increasing, but at the same rate that they've already been increasing, since carriers will eventually realize that most subscribers are not switching carriers just because they can go BYOD on another carrier, especially if they still have a device balance.
Motorola phone. Linux on 2xcomputers. Brew beer & wine @home.
Churning Virgin & Koodo, couple FreedomPop SIM's for roaming