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[Videotron] Videotron BYOD Promotion $49.95 6GB (Ottawa/Quebec)

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[Videotron] Videotron BYOD Promotion $49.95 6GB (Ottawa/Quebec)

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Additional savings:
6GB = $49.95 ($34.95 if 4 people)
7GB = $57.95 ($42.95 if 4 people)
8GB = $65.95 ($50.95 if 4 people)
9GB = $73.95 ($58.95 if 4 people)

Savings per number of users on the account:
2 = $5 off per person
3 = $10 off per person
4+ = $15 off per person

Recently switched from Public Mobile and it's amazing. However, Videotron does not have any addon for USA minutes. In this case, you can install Google's Hangouts dialer (uses an internet connection) which would allow you to call USA numbers for free! Videotron normally charges 30 cents per minute.
Last edited by mario296 on Aug 22nd, 2017 5:21 pm, edited 8 times in total.
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Newbie
Jul 23, 2017
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Did you go to the st Laurent location recently? Because I went to today and all they wanted to sell me was the 6GB/66$. They didn't seem aware of this promotion.
Grandfathered PM 2GB CAN WIDE 27$
Videotron 6GB CAN WIDE 35$
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May 13, 2013
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These prices are if you BYOD (Bring your Own Device)
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Is it 6GB per line or is it 6GB shared?
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Wow that multi-line discount is really amazing considering its data allotment per line.. Not enough to switch from my corporate plan but if I wasn't on that, I'd jump on this.
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Dec 25, 2012
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Can you get an Ottawa number, or is it Quebec numbers only?
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May 13, 2013
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Yes, you can port your Ottawa number.
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Can you port a number from outside of Ottawa (e.g. if you live in Ottawa, but still have a Kingston number)?

And I know that Videotron has a "fair usage agreement" with their international partners, but I can't find anything about it for their Canadian partners. Does a similar agreement apply, or could I technically roam to Perth as much as I want?
Last edited by Charwinger21 on Aug 22nd, 2017 5:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Fido and Koodo offering the same promo in 3, 2, 1...
As we all know, the Greater Toronto Area is the center of the universe!
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Poutinesauce wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2017 5:52 pm
Fido and Koodo offering the same promo in 3, 2, 1...
link please
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d1ulove3 wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2017 7:09 pm
link please
It's called a figure of speech.

It's a sign of our much pathetic collusion there is in this industry.
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Charwinger21 wrote:
Aug 22nd, 2017 5:49 pm
Can you port a number from outside of Ottawa (e.g. if you live in Ottawa, but still have a Kingston number)?

And I know that Videotron has a "fair usage agreement" with their international partners, but I can't find anything about it for their Canadian partners. Does a similar agreement apply, or could I technically roam to Perth as much as I want?
As per their fine print:
"Access to the partner networks is intended for occasional or temporary use only. In the event the customer primarily uses partner networks for voice (minutes), text messages (SMS), photo and video messages (MMS) or data (KB) usage for three consecutive billing cycles, Videotron reserves the right to block or limit customer’s access to partner networks."
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Apr 18, 2017
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Are these no contract plans (If BYOD)?

I'm a buddy for an exchange student and they will only be here 4-6 months.

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