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Freedom Winback 35$ 15Gb (YMMV)

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Aug 17, 2021
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[Freedom Mobile] Freedom Winback 35$ 15Gb (YMMV)

Got a winback offer for 35$ for 15 gb that you keep for as long as you remain a freedom customer.
spoke with an agent and was told that if the merger with rogers went through, youd retain the offer.
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Oct 1, 2020
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dang this rogers / telus fight is heating up. I still hate rogers for trying to buy up shaw. Big telecom cartel doesn't need to get any bigger.
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Aug 17, 2021
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I would love to switch, but honestly, the nation wide coverage sucks too much, even if I rarely go outside of the GTA, also I'd stil have to pay the activation fee, while Fido gave it back as credit.
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Mar 14, 2016
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Been dealing with Freedom for a week now in relation to the Telus winback. Let me just say that I am so glad to be not with Freedom (horrible reception - many calls disconnect even with 3/4 bars, basic things like credit card top up randomly stop working without anybody being able to tell why so you have to go to store, chatting with reps takes 30 mins for a 5 min query and to top it off, each rep seems to give out a different set of information). Granted this might be unique to me and almost everybody would have had the same with the big 3 at some point - but, I haven't dealt with this kind of experience with any provider thus far.

Canadian telecom situation sucks and maybe Freedom is a victim of that in this unfair fight, but the infrastructure sucks.
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May 22, 2009
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Paulie1RFD wrote: Check BestBuy for same deal. New sign ups. No "win back" needed.

best-buy-mobile-best-buy-freedom-mobile ... p-2505912/
It is not the same deal. that deal is $35 for 15 months then $45 for 9 more. After that $45 a month . This is $35 as long as you stay with freedom
Don't ask "Is this a good deal?" when creating a thread. That goes in shopping discussion. Please post the price in title. Giving upvotes is free and yes, it is imaginary points that mean nothing but it also makes their effort feel appreciated
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May 24, 2017
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QuinteWest
pwned.u wrote: It is not the same deal. that deal is $35 for 15 months then $45 for 9 more. After that $45 a month . This is $35 as long as you stay with freedom
My bad... I stand corrected!
Sr. Member
Apr 16, 2013
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Surrey
endvyy wrote: Got a winback offer for 35$ for 15 gb that you keep for as long as you remain a freedom customer.
spoke with an agent and was told that if the merger with rogers went through, youd retain the offer.
LoL, The Rep can tell you anything you want to hear. History has shown from Past Mergers going back to late Nineties that Plans will eventually change sooner or later. Even if the plan said 'This is Valid for Life'.
Newbie
Nov 2, 2018
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The only thing that's for certain is that Rogers has said that they will not raise Freedom prices for a guaranteed 3 years after the deal goes through. So we're looking at 2025 at the earliest.
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May 24, 2017
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QuinteWest
Its guaranteed prices will change and not likely for cheaper price.
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MattF90654 wrote: The only thing that's for certain is that Rogers has said that they will not raise Freedom prices for a guaranteed 3 years after the deal goes through. So we're looking at 2025 at the earliest.
Considering what happened to mobilicity this might not be that bad. I know people who are still on the 6gb unlimited voice and text for $25
Newbie
Jun 15, 2019
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Vancouver, BC
Why rope former customer back while neglecting current subscribers? DV for me
Member
Dec 7, 2007
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I won’t go back to them again:
1. Their signals sucks.
2. The Fido, Virgin, Koodo plans are similar , there is no reason to choose them.
3. Their customer service messed up my bill and hard to understand, don’t know how to resolve the issue.
4. The system programmed Only can use IE, otherwise you have to restart again, and cannot show their representative a good view what the plans in it.
5. The store employees always do the trick to their customers.
Deal Addict
Jan 29, 2006
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Tjklovesthisplace wrote: I pay $10 for 1 gig lasts 3 months unlimited calls texts
Are you on prepaid or post pay? How do you get this? Thanks
Member
Jun 24, 2013
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Any roaming data or all Freedom network?

How about calling/texting off the Freedom network?
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Aug 4, 2019
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ONTARIO
jattdesi wrote: LoL, The Rep can tell you anything you want to hear. History has shown from Past Mergers going back to late Nineties that Plans will eventually change sooner or later. Even if the plan said 'This is Valid for Life'.
Well the city fido plan was unlimited and they were forced to keep it for many years after Rogers bought fido.
Even though they lied to customers and said you have to switch your plan.
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pwned.u wrote: It is not the same deal. that deal is $35 for 15 months then $45 for 9 more. After that $45 a month . This is $35 as long as you stay with freedom
The moment The merger is approved sometime in 2022 (and it will, this horse and pony public hearing is just for show) between Rogers and Shaw the moment Freedom/Shaw mobiles gets gutted. Just like Mobilicity when it got bought by Telus. All the existing customers are forced to migrate at some point and all the discounts are gone. So enjoy while we can.
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Feb 29, 2012
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fluidmax wrote: The moment The merger is approved sometime in 2022 (and it will, this horse and pony public hearing is just for show) between Rogers and Shaw the moment Freedom/Shaw mobiles gets gutted. Just like Mobilicity when it got bought by Telus. All the existing customers are forced to migrate at some point and all the discounts are gone. So enjoy while we can.
Rates will remain unchanged for at least 3 years.
By 2025, the market for plans may very well be different.
Plans have been trending better, not worse, here...
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I'm surprised at all the Freedom hate here. I've been using Freedom for over 2 years now, and I've had no problems at all. I live on the outskirts of the GTA, and I used to frequently commute to Toronto and work downtown with no issues. I've travelled to Vancouver where I also had no issues. I'm surprised.
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