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[Mobilicity] Holiday Plans - $20 Unl Talk Text or $40 Unl Talk Text and Data

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[Mobilicity] Holiday Plans - $20 Unl Talk Text or $40 Unl Talk Text and Data

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For $20/mo, you get:

Province-Wide Talk
Voicemail
North American Text
Caller ID, Call Waiting & Forwarding, 3-Way calling
North American Picture Messaging

Add $10 unlimited data with 6gb soft cap or $20 unlimited data with 20gb soft cap.

For only $40/month, get UNLIMITED:

Data
Canada-Wide Talk
Text
North American Long Distance
Global Text
30 Minutes North American Voice Roaming
Voicemail, Caller ID and Call Features

All this on the Rogers network as confirmed by many including me. Offer runs until January 3rd, 2016. Plus must be on automatic monthly payment withdrawals to be eligible.

Edit: I know many including me were having issues with the smaller coverage zones. Mobilicity does offer roaming bundles which are actually pretty reasonable. Add a basic one for $10/$20 to the $30 plan and most should be good for the occasional trip outside of the coverage zone and still have a great priced plan on the Rogers network.

Light Traveller for $5/month: 100MBs of Data

Regular Traveller for $10/month: 200MBs of Data and 50 Voice Mins.

Frequent Traveller for $20/month: 500MBs of Data and 100 Voice Mins.
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GG. everyone is going to mobilicity now...
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Nov 5, 2013
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Can you sign up for Mobilicity online? I can only seem to make a shopping list which says to print off and bring it in to the store. Unfortunately there are no stores in Nova Scotia. Is it even possible to sign up with out going in to a store?
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Jan 21, 2003
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I haven't seen a definitive answer to this yet, but now that it's the Rogers network are there still Home vs. Away zones (unlimited vs. roaming)? Do you still have to fund your Mobilicity wallet to access the network outside of the city?
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dakewldude wrote: I haven't seen a definitive answer to this yet, but now that it's the Rogers network are there still Home vs. Away zones (unlimited vs. roaming)? Do you still have to fund your Mobilicity wallet to access the network outside of the city?
Its similar to Char which runs on Rogers. Coverage is still zoned with 'roaming' charges applying when you step outside zone.
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Rogers kept the Mobilicity zones. They just operate under the Rogers network rather than on AWS On UMTS.
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icemasta wrote: Its similar to Char which runs on Rogers. Coverage is still zoned with 'roaming' charges applying when you step outside zone.
Did you confirmed this with Mobilicity ? I think Chatr province wide calling is not zoned.
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Apr 23, 2014
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So does this mean I can bring a Rogers phone to Mobilicity?
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welldone123 wrote: Can you sign up for Mobilicity online? I can only seem to make a shopping list which says to print off and bring it in to the store. Unfortunately there are no stores in Nova Scotia. Is it even possible to sign up with out going in to a store?
+1
no stores in MB
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icemasta wrote: Its similar to Char which runs on Rogers. Coverage is still zoned with 'roaming' charges applying when you step outside zone.
Thats the INFO I needed, bummer they didnt do what Public Mobile did
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Nov 3, 2008
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If I go for the $40 Canada wide plan, then would "zones" still even apply?
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steady wrote: If I go for the $40 Canada wide plan, then would "zones" still even apply?
It's about Coverage Zones, not long distance calling zone.
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steady wrote: If I go for the $40 Canada wide plan, then would "zones" still even apply?
Yes, unfortunately :( I don't see them getting rid of this at all. And if they did, you're looking at double the cost plus slowing down on data even more haha
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Aug 30, 2009
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So if I have a rogers #, is it required to "port" the number? Any charge or will they do this for free since its already on the rogers network?
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Jan 18, 2005
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Wpegger wrote: +1
no stores in MB
Why would you want this deal in Manitoba? There aren't even any coverage zones so you would be paying roaming charges everywhere.

You can get no-zone plans from Koodo for $48 per month.
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Would I pay roaming charges if I'm outside the Mobilicity zone and my phone is on but I'm not using it to call, text, or data?
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Nov 3, 2008
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Millenniunn wrote: It's about Coverage Zones, not long distance calling zone.
DarkVelvet55 wrote: Yes, unfortunately :( I don't see them getting rid of this at all. And if they did, you're looking at double the cost plus slowing down on data even more haha
Thanks - based on my typical movement / travels, then it's not a workable plan. Too bad.
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Nov 25, 2014
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Now that Mobilicity is operating on Rogers network, can someone who is currently on Mobilicity please report their data speeds? I ran a speedtest on someone's MB phone and noted Download = 2Mbps and Upload = 0.2 Mbps. These look like crappy speeds compared to Rogers 3g data.
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Oct 18, 2014
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Do Rogers cap the speed of Mobi customers? I wouldn't mind migrating one of the lines over to Mobi but I want to know what kind of speed I'll be getting beforehand.
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Jan 18, 2005
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welldone123 wrote: Can you sign up for Mobilicity online? I can only seem to make a shopping list which says to print off and bring it in to the store. Unfortunately there are no stores in Nova Scotia. Is it even possible to sign up with out going in to a store?
There are no coverage zones in Nova Scotia so you probably don't want this plan. Mobilicity is very limited in the areas that are included in that price, which is why it is so low. Some people are willing to sacrifice roaming for a cheaper price because they don't leave the city very often.

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