Peace of Mind is not shared, so if you have someone who uses a lot less than 10GB then you can take advantage of their extra high speed data by using a shared plan. For example, in my case I got 10Gb + 20GB shared, so there is 30GB between the two of us. If I go over my allotment I can borrow from the other plan still at high speed. We won't go over 30gb. If you only have a single line, then yes, peace of mind is the way to go.clseea wrote: ↑Aug 23rd, 2019 4:18 pmSo question is, why would anyone choose a Simple Share plan and pay the exact same price as Peace of Mind plan?
I'd think you'd get a discount on additional lines under the Simple Share plans since you're sharing data under one umbrella, but apparently that's not the case? Unless the person I spoke to was terribly misinformed?
Anyone know differently?
Each line on the shared plans gets charged their own fee. So 2 x 10gb plans shared is 2 x $67.50. You both qualify for the 10% EPP discount, but no additional discounts per line.