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[Fido] HOT 6GB DATA $60 BYOD BOXING DAY

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[Fido] HOT 6GB DATA $60 BYOD BOXING DAY

Expiry:
December 28, 2016
2 Day's only Fido releasing a plan starting 26-27 for new customers only :

edit: Extended to Dec. 28 midnight

$60 BYOD BOXING day Promo
6GB DATA
Unlimited Canada Calling
Unlimited Texting Canada, US & international Numbers
Call waiting
Caller ID
Mini Voice-mail

Add a additional lines get 10% off

Enjoy and Merry Christmas

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Last edited by Mars2012 on Dec 26th, 2016 3:35 am, edited 1 time in total.
Thread Summary
Available to new and existing Fido customers.
Existing customers must ask for the plan directly.
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$60 Talk Text and Data Plan from Fido which includes the following:
  • Unlimited Canada-wide minutes
  • Unlimited text, picture and video messages from Canada to Canadian, US and International numbers
  • Call Display
  • Mini Voicemail
  • Call Waiting
  • Circle Calling
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This plan is not compatible with any agreements, you cannot add 'Plus10, Plus15 etc.
This plan does not include Spotify or Fido Roam.
This plan does not include the 1000 international long distance minutes at last check. (Mixed info from reps, better safe than sorry)
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ufcdeals wrote: 2 Day's only Fido releasing a plan starting 26-27 for new customers only :
$60 BYOD BOXING day Promo
6GB DATA
Unlimited Canada Calling
Unlimited Texting Canada, US & international Numbers
Call waiting
Caller ID
Mini Voice-mail

Add a additional lines get 10% off

Enjoy and Merry Christmas
That's amazing. How do I sign up? I don't see this on the website.
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Price is reasonable enough that it could be real, but without any actual proof I can't believe it

EDIT: It's legit - just signed up. Thanks OP
Last edited by offthehenny on Dec 26th, 2016 3:49 am, edited 2 times in total.
[OP]
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Aug 7, 2012
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Might not be advertised like the $40 black Friday plan.

Sgt_Strider wrote: That's amazing. How do I sign up? I don't see this on the website.
[OP]
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Aug 7, 2012
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Really? You'll see in the morning. I'm just trying to help.
Studystand wrote: Price is reasonable enough that it could be real, but without any actual proof I can't believe it
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Throwback to the iPhone 3G/S era where 6GB@$60 seemed like so much.
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ufcdeals wrote: Might not be advertised like the $40 black Friday plan.
How did you find out about it? Yes, the BF plan wasn't advertised, but there were verified reports that the plan existed, which was why people went crazy over it.
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murtadi007 wrote: Throwback to the iPhone 3G/S era where 6GB@$60 seemed like so much.
LOL! I know. However, keep in mind that back in the day this was for HSPA data. As soon as we started migrating to LTE, all the big players wanted to charge more. I still remember when Rogers first deployed LTE, they wanted to charge more for LTE access. It wasn't until Bell and Telus introduced LTE that Rogers finally caved and allowed all of their customers to access the LTE network.
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Will be looking to get this plan in the morning! THanks op
Thanks for the upvote! 😁
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i'd so bite if it was 50$!extra 10 makes a big difference! gonna prolly stick with PM 37$ 4Gb plan
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