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Jul 26, 2006
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$45 for 4GB LTE

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0I can't stand all those losers posting "deals" about Public Mobile's 3G plans.

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Mar 31, 2007
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I'm just here for the comments. Upvoted :D
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Zoomer $36 for 4GB LTE,,,, how is this better than Zoomer?
COLD...........
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Jul 17, 2007
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.. Huawei...
THE HARDEST THING ABOUT SALES,IS KNOWING WHERE NOT TO WASTE TIME
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Free usage monitoring and backups offshore :)
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It's a state-owned enterprise. Helps you send your thoughts and prayers and everything else directly to President Xi.
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It's a lot cheaper for me to roam in Canada as a China Mobile customer with a Chinese number than as a China Mobile MVO customer with a Canadian number in Canada.

Canada is a joke.
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Roams on Telus network. Full, automatic backup of all your conversations will be made and sent automatically to the CCP, free of charge.

That being said, they did offer a free trial in October. I ordered one and used it for a month. Speed is decent.
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thread by a salty guy whos butthurt by freedom lol?
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Do we have Japan Mobile, Korea Mobile or Kenya Mobile in Canada
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Mar 16, 2018
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People joke about Facebook being a deep cover service offered for free by the NSA/FBI for spying, but here we have a service offered directly by the world's largest surveillance state for your private communications and you're the one PAYING for it. Seems like a pretty crap deal OP in that context; if CCP is going to spy on my phone usage, lest I talk about Hong Kong or Winnie The Poo, they should be the ones paying for it.
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Everyone can post a deal.

Let's be good Canadians and stop those "Hate" comments.

Personally I won't use this because I have no (more) ties in the East; but I am sure, many can take advantage of it.

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Who is zoomer running from or who owns them? It's a nvmo?
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DragOnT wrote: Everyone can post a deal.

Let's be good Canadians and stop those "Hate" comments.

Personally I won't use this because I have no (more) ties in the East; but I am sure, many can take advantage of it.

;)
OP needs to provide more details, not just a salty one liner. I've never even heard of China Mobile until this thread popped up
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EEE2 wrote: Who is zoomer running from or who owns them? It's a nvmo?
Zoomer is just a Rogers brand, like Fido or Chatr.
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Jan 12, 2007
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ownthesky wrote: People joke about Facebook being a deep cover service offered for free by the NSA/FBI for spying, but here we have a service offered directly by the world's largest surveillance state for your private communications and you're the one PAYING for it. Seems like a pretty crap deal OP in that context; if CCP is going to spy on my phone usage, lest I talk about Hong Kong or Winnie The Poo, they should be the ones paying for it.
More or less agree with you on this.. minus the Facebook deep cover service :-) People have to think about how they will spend their $ and support which companies. I am not particularly happy about our prices in Canada, but no way I would sign up for this.
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Nov 14, 2014
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$35 for 0GB is probably the best deal I've seen on here yet. Why hasn't anyone shared this before??

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