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[7 Eleven] 7-11 Speakout Promo $25 BONUS AIRTIME for $100 Top-Up + FREE SIM CARD

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[7 Eleven] 7-11 Speakout Promo $25 BONUS AIRTIME for $100 Top-Up + FREE SIM CARD

7-11 Speakout Promo $25 BONUS AIRTIME for $100 Top-Up + FREE SIM CARD

https://www.speakout7eleven.ca/promotions/

From July 3, 2019 to September 3, 2019
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I feel like this promo happens a few times a year... Normally around Christmas though
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I think SO got the heat from Public Mobile. This may be reason why there are more $25 bonus this year.
I switched my SO line to PM $8 w/autopay 50/50 plan 11 months ago. In another month, I will be paying $7 per 30 days after 1 year anniversary ($1/cycle loyalty reward).
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, 2x $8 50min/50text, Fido $10 4GB data only plan,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone
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Who else (e.g. FM, Fido, ??) has a better deal?

With this (25% off) deal it's like getting 1GB data + unlim text for $26/mnth. I don't need any free call/long dist minutes.

I like FM with their US roaming feature and - like Speakout - their service is the same as Rogers: across Canada - not just in the city.
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canada_dry wrote: Who else (e.g. FM, Fido, ??) has a better deal?

With this (25% off) deal it's like getting 1GB data + unlim text for $26/mnth. I don't need any free call/long dist minutes.

I like FM with their US roaming feature and - like Speakout - their service is the same as Rogers: across Canada - not just in the city.
Public Mobile has a $25 ($23 with autopay enabled) 1GB data + Unlimited text/minutes
500 MB Data⁴ at 3G speed + BONUS 500 MB with AutoPay
UNLIMITED Talk Canada-wide
UNLIMITED International Text and Picture Messaging (picture MMS data usage will not use your 1GB data allotment)
VOICEMAIL &Call Display

Plans with 3G data may reach download speeds of up to 3 Mbps, with the coverage and reliability of the LTE network
https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans ... MB-3Gspeed
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, 2x $8 50min/50text, Fido $10 4GB data only plan,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone
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blazer7 wrote: I feel like this promo happens a few times a year... Normally around Christmas though
Yes, 3 times a year I think, so it's on half the time. I often end up missing the window and have to add $25 to tide me over a couple of months though.
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embguy wrote: Public Mobile has...
Doesn't PM have the in-city coverage restriction? I.e. their data plan is only good if you're in a najor city, if you're up at the cottage it's 'roaming'?
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canada_dry wrote: Doesn't PM have the in-city coverage restriction? I.e. their data plan is only good if you're in a najor city, if you're up at the cottage it's 'roaming'?
No. PM is the low cost prepaid provider run by Telus and its network is Canada wide. Telus and Bell are sharing towers. Therefore, you have the service if you are near a Telus tower in the west and Bell tower in the east i.e. Canada wide.
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Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, 2x $8 50min/50text, Fido $10 4GB data only plan,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone
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embguy wrote: I think SO got the heat from Public Mobile. This may be reason why there are more $25 bonus this year.
I switched my SO line to PM $8 w/autopay 50/50 plan 11 months ago. In another month, I will be paying $7 per 30 days after 1 year anniversary ($1/cycle loyalty reward).
Yeah SO is no longer a deal on the low end. If they had updated their data plan or prices to be competitive, sure, but for cheapest plan PM beats them out.
You can also get data that does not expire with PM.
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jpwkr1 wrote: Yeah SO is no longer a deal on the low end. If they had updated their data plan or prices to be competitive, sure, but for cheapest plan PM beats them out.
You can also get data that does not expire with PM.
But PM data add-on is expensive at $30 1GB.
It is better to switch to a plan with amount of data which meets your usage.
$23 with autopay 1GB data
$33 with autopay 1.5GB data
$38 with autopay 5GB data
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, 2x $8 50min/50text, Fido $10 4GB data only plan,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone
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jpwkr1 wrote: Yeah SO is no longer a deal on the low end. If they had updated their data plan or prices to be competitive, sure, but for cheapest plan PM beats them out.
You can also get data that does not expire with PM.
SO is still good for those who need/want an emergency type plan or those who might want to periodically (one month at a time) turn on/off things like unlimited texting/call or data as or when they want it. With PM the lowest price is $10/mth (yes less $2 for auto pay and yes you can get $1/yr loyalty reductions). SO is $1.25/mth if you don't use text/calling (perhaps you use wifi at work or at school for most/all of your needs). I don't think PM you can go that low.

Also might be good for keeping around for when family visits. Turn on a $20 value plan (unlimited texting+200 min) for one month when they visit, turn it off when no one is visiting.
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Speakout is only good for $25/year people (and even with that, a huge chunk gets eaten up by their scam 911 fees)

For almost everyone else, there are better plans
Tangerine, Public Mobile, and Freedom Mobile customer
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gr8dlr wrote: SO is still good for those who need/want an emergency type plan or those who might want to periodically (one month at a time) turn on/off things like unlimited texting/call or data as or when they want it. With PM the lowest price is $10/mth (yes less $2 for auto pay and yes you can get $1/yr loyalty reductions). SO is $1.25/mth if you don't use text/calling (perhaps you use wifi at work or at school for most/all of your needs). I don't think PM you can go that low.

Also might be good for keeping around for when family visits. Turn on a $20 value plan (unlimited texting+200 min) for one month when they visit, turn it off when no one is visiting.
Agree. The break even is 23 minutes usage per months between PM and Speakout.
PM $10 50 minutes plan. After autopay is $8/m.
SO cost for 23 minutes/m = $1.25 + 23 x $0.30 = $8.15.

PM has reward system which allows you to have free service.
autopay $2/m
referral $1/referee as long as your referee stay with PM
loyalty $1 per year with PM for maximum of $5.
After 1 year with PM, my $10 plan is free with 7 referees ($10 = $2 autopay + $7 referral + $1 loyalty).
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, 2x $8 50min/50text, Fido $10 4GB data only plan,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone
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You definitely don't join speakout for their plans, though they are still probably cheaper than plans a lot of Canadians feel like they are locked into. Their niche is the $25 a year minimum top up for extreme low end users.

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