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Public Mobile (owned by Telus) $13, $23 and $38 plans or less (+ signup incentives)

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Public Mobile (owned by Telus) $13, $23 and $38 plans or less (+ signup incentives)

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Mod Edit:
Let's try a mega thread and see how far it will go.
The thread will remain up as long as OP and thread summary (which all members can edit) remain current.
The thread will be moved to on-going with low traffic and moved back to hot deals (for exposure) when/if updated with new deals.
Don't ask for referrals, do not offer referrals, don't infer you have referrals to offer (and be aware that soliciting referrals over private messages is infractable if reported).
Please keep discussion of referral promo to the promo thread linked below.
Hopefully, you guys can keep this one alive playing nicely ;) (or not, its really up to you).
Good luck


Kindly read the entire first post and thread summary to take advantage of all the perks, customers coming from Koodo PREPAID, see notes below. No asking for or offering referrals in this thread please. Let's help each other out and monitor the thread if anything gets out of line. Let's not ruin the deal for others that would like to take advantage of these phone plans along with their friends/family members, two other threads at least have been locked due to all the referral spam. Those are the rules. Have asked a mod and have been given permission to open this thread containing the three main popular plans altogether. After March 31st, as things slow down this thread can be moved to the ongoing deals section. Not sure how long the plans themselves will last, there is no timeline set but would expect them to also be short term.

Public Mobile is very reliable and very popular here on RFD, this prepaid service runs on both Telus and Bell networks, the coverage is as good as it gets

Sim cards can be ordered online or purchased at Wow mobile, The Mobile Shop, London Drugs, some Koodo kiosks, KMobile and Walmart. Careful with some of these retailers, Walmart in particular, you want to purchase the SIM only and NOT activate your plan in store. You want to activate yourself online to take advantage of the promos right now.

https://store.publicmobile.ca/cart

K Mobile: 23 stores, mostly in Ontario, one In Montreal, one in Calgary

https://www.k-mobile.ca/store-locator-p ... e-near-me/

Wow! Mobile boutique (tons of locations across Canada, chances are if you have a mall nearby, there will be a kiosk)

https://www.wowmobile.ca/en/locations/

The Mobile shop 183 locations across Canada

https://www.themobileshop.ca/store-locator

London Drugs (stores located mainly out west)

https://www.londondrugs.com/locations/

Walmart: stores everywhere, they tend to like to see customers activate in store to get their commission

Plans shown on the site are $2 more than the thread title prices and listings below, make sure you signup for autopay (this is a prepaid service) to get the additional $2 discount

$13 plan (scoop credit: gmih7470)

100 MINUTES Canada-wide talk
UNLIMITED International Text and Picture Messaging
+ BONUS 250 MB Data⁴ at 3G speed with AutoPay
VOICEMAIL⁹ & Call Display(after autopay)

https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans ... MB-3Gspeed

$23 plan (scoop credit: will888)

500 MB Data⁴ at 3G speed
+ BONUS 500 MB with AutoPay
UNLIMITED Talk Canada-wide
UNLIMITED International Text and Picture Messaging
VOICEMAIL & Call Display

https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans ... MB-3Gspeed

$38 plan (scoop credit: spotts01)

4.5 GB Data at 3G speed⁴
+ BONUS 500 MB with AutoPay
UNLIMITED Talk Canada-wide
UNLIMITED International Text and Picture Messaging
VOICEMAIL & Call Display

https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans ... MB-3Gspeed

These above three plans will fit most RFD members needs and have added perks to be had until March 31st (links below), the perks lessen after that. Usually if you signup friends/family the individual referred will get $10 off his/her bill and the individual offering the referral will get $1 off their bill every 30 days. Until March 31st, both parties will get a $25 credit and the same $1 off applies. There is also the initial referral when signing up, if you know another PM customer. Your credits are equivalent to after tax dollars. This should be all the information needed. If you do some research you will find answers to your questions. Let's stay on topic so members unaware of the deals can take advantage also.

The current referral perk


https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/get-h ... end-reward

Which you can discuss on the dedicated thread:

public-mobile-10-free-account-credit-ac ... d-2273287/

Here are some of the benefits with being a Public mobile customer:

https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans ... ed#savings

***Very important note to all current PC mobile or Koodo prepaid customers, your port has to manually be done by a MOD on the PM forum. Everyone else can port their number via self serve easily. Keep your existing line active and make sure the mod has the right info before doing the final step of the actual port. One member unfortunately has had this issue.*** http://forums.redflagdeals.com/public-m ... #p30718354

If anyone would like me to add anything to the OP kindly let me know. I do not make the rules, the mods do not want to see the type of talk that has been going on so have to respect their wishes. Happy plan hunting!

Credit for past threads and valuable contributions goes to: will888, gmih7470 and spotts01
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Reason: updated OP
Public Mobile $23 plan, $10 credits ongoing
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Thread Summary
Public Mobile (PM) is owned by Telus and runs on Both Telus' and Bell's Network.

It is a no frills service (not No Frills ;p) that does not have a call centre. Support comes from moderators on their community forum here: https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... _Community

List of their current plans here: https://www.publicmobile.ca/en/on/plans

SIM cards cost $10 if ordered online. They can also be purchased at WOW mobile, The Mobile Shop, London Drugs, K-Mobile, some Koodo kiosks, and Walmart. There have been reports of varying prices when purchased in person.

Promotions can often overlap/stack, and the most important variable is activation: some promos require on-line activation, some require in-store. Walmart has a reputation for requiring in-store activation.

Data in ongoing plans does not roll-over to the next cycle. Lump sum data add-ons do roll-over.

PM uses LTE network for 3G plans. On 3G plans, latency is as good as LTE, speeds are throttled down to 3G.

There are no overage charges. Once you run out of your allotted data, it just stops.

Porting a number happens in at least 2 stages: The first stage, which typically happens in less than a minute, allows your PM SIM/phone to make calls and texts under the ported number. The second stage, which takes longer depending on how long it takes your current carrier to release the number, allows your PM SIM/phone to receive calls and texts made to your ported number. Before the second stage arrives, your old SIM will still be receiving calls/texts.

You can change your plan at any time. When you do, the options are
a) immediately or
b) with the next billing cycle ("renewal")
Since PM is prepaid, if you choose "immediately", you will be billed immediately and you will NOT be credited for the time remaining of your previous prepaid plan. Unless you need features of the new plan immediately, it is usually best to change your plan with the next billing cycle. You cannot schedule a change further ahead than the next billing cycle.

On-going promotions:
1) $1 per friend: If someone activates an account using your PM phone number as the referral, you will get a $1 added to your account every 30 days while their account remains active. There is no limit, and if your monthly credit exceeds your plan's cost, it will accumulate in your account. It can't be cashed out, but can be spent on add-ons.
2) People opening a new account will get a $10 if they have a PM mobile phone number to put under the section: "Were you referred to Public Mobile by a friend?" People soliciting someone's PM phone number is the most common cause for closing of threads on RFD about PM deals. Use RFD messaging if you want someone's PM phone number.
3) $2 auto-pay. PM is a pre-paid service. If you keep a credit card on file authorized to pay for next cycle's costs, you get a $2 credit to your account every cycle. Since keeping a credit card on file is so easy to do for most people, people typically consider the plans $2 cheaper than the listed price. If account activation doesn't go perfectly smoothly, make sure auto-pay was enabled as it is commonly not enabled when hiccups happen.
4) After your first year with PM, you get a $1 credit each 30 day cycle. This increases by $1 each year to a maximum of $5.
5) Data auto-pay. On-going plans at 3G speeds (but not LTE) get a bonus 500MB for setting up a credit card.

Previous time-limited promotions:
1) free SIM card and first month plan free with in-store activation
2) increased referral bonus of $25 plus a bonus to the person who made the referral (i.e. whose number you are using to get the referral bonus) of $25 with on-line activation (usually appears in account 18 hours after activation)
3) monthly credit $10 per month x 6 months with plans $30+/month (disappear if you change your plan to one that is <$30)

Current time-limited promotion(s):
$25 referral credit: $25 credit to person making referral to PM, $25 credit to person referred to PM (and starting a new account), valid until 31 March 2019

This was my own personal experience as a new PM customer: public-mobile-public-mobile-23-unlimite ... #p30694491

If you get a error message during the activation process, and it looks like it didn't work: Test the SIM card in your phone.
If the SIM card works for sending texts or calling, then the activation is complete. Text another phone to confirm the phone number, and then create a PM account.
If the SIM card doesn't work, check if your credit card has a pending charge. If there is no pending charge, try activating your SIM card again.'
If the SIM card still doesn't work and there is a pending credit card charge, contact one of the moderators on the PM forum for assistance.

PM advantages: Price (assuming you take advantage of the perks), no overages, no credit checks since it's prepaid and the service itself reliable, long distance and data add ons roll over until used up and are cheaper than other carriers, referrals can be had, with Koodo they have a limit per year, PM does not have restrictions or limits to their rewards until your bill becomes $0, you can always up the plan to continue to earn more rewards if it gets to that. PM can have sweet migration to Koodo offers. VOIP calling has been confirmed working by several members

PM disadvantages: no call center, slow website especially when busy, 3G LTE lite data speeds which is plenty fast for most applications but not always (good for 99% of users, speeds are 3Mbps), no phones to buy, limited add ons, no US roaming aside from incoming text when you travel. With PM you need to buy the add ons which are cheap to have all roaming features. Wifi/VoLTE (not working), no eSim, no international roaming (US only). Comparable to Chatr (has free incoming on their $15 plan which will work out better for some) and Lucky mobile, they are all pretty close to the same thing price and service wise as is. PM has all the rewards which is why this provider is so popular on RFD
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PM does not have a call center. Support is provided by the moderator of the PM community moderator. Moderator wait time is 48 hours

Do your own research before joining this no frill mobile service

PM is a prepaid service. No refund after payment.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Koodo $30 plan, PM $38 5GB plan, PM $8 plan to replace Speakout,
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And for those that need it, Public Mobile has decent short term US Add-Ons:
Public Mobile wrote:US Roaming For 10 Days
$20 U.S. Talk, Text and Data Bundle
Unlimited Talk, International Text and 250MB Data for just $20 for 10 days.

$15 U.S. Talk and Text Bundle
Unlimited Talk and International Text for just $15 for 10 days.

$8 U.S. Talk Only
Unlimited Talk for just $8 for 10 days.

$8 U.S. Text Only
Unlimited International Text for just $8 for 10 days.

U.S. Data Only From $10
250MB Data for $10, 500MB Data for $15 and 1GB Data for $20 for 10 days.

Talk option required. Calls made to numbers starting with the following six digit combinations are not included in U.S. Roaming talk Add-Ons or U.S. calling from Canada and will not be completed when dialed: 712-432, 605-562, 641-552, 605-475, 605-477, 712-775, 559-726, 530-881.
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Quick question about the bonus data with the $13 plan.

Is it reoccurring every month or just a 1 time thing?
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doctorgonzo wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2019 7:13 am
Quick question about the bonus data with the $13 plan.

Is it reoccurring every month or just a 1 time thing?
every month.
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@aasoror As this is an ongoing deal since there is no expiry, except for the Mar31 $25 credit which has its own thread, this thread may be better suited in Ongoing Deals forum. Less exposure, but a better chance that it will remain alive.
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I overheard someone in my doctors office talking to someone on the phone about these plans while I was waiting to get a referral to a ENT specialist. I never heard which company was offering them though. Thanks OP! +1
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Additional information for potential new members who are interested in PM:

Some Public mobile advantages:
No extra charges, no overages. For example, once you data runs out, the service just stops.
Public mobile uses Bell and Telus towers, so good coverage across Canada
Able to use various rewards such as friend, loyalty, autopay to reduce monthly bill
Lower cost plans

Low cost, no frills DIY carrier

MAJOR disadvantage is no call centre or live agent/person - all customer service is done via online private messaging which takes time and sometimes issues can take 1-2 days to be resolved (meaning potential service disruption).
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spotts01 wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2019 7:25 am
@aasoror As this is an ongoing deal since there is no expiry, except for the Mar31 $25 credit which has its own thread, this thread may be better suited in Ongoing Deals forum. Less exposure, but a better chance that it will remain alive.
Agreed, just giving some initial exposure for people to know this thread exists (and for everyone to speak his/her piece too).
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From the OP: "Do not even talk about or mention the word "referral" or the thread will be shut down" - is this true? If even mentioning referrals or talking about referrals will cause this to be locked, why bother letting this stay open for now? The TS of this thread has dictated no referral discussion in this thread (which won't be followed), but has done something similar in the actual dedicated referral discussion thread here:

public-mobile-25-referral-credit-both-p ... 264700/11/

In that thread, he argues that even discussing referrals or mentioning the word is against the rules, which I disagree with. My understanding is that the rules only forbid referral requests and providing referrals in threads, and soliciting referrals via PMs. Referral discussion is not forbidden as being against forum rules. Can you clarify this please so that that thread can either continue to exist as intended or be closed if its very purpose is against forum rules according to the TS of this thread.

Also, like what has already been brought up in other posts here, the actual requesting of referrals will never stop. No matter how many times it gets mentioned to not request or share referrals in thread titles, in the body of the OP, in posts made by mods, you will always have members ignore all those. It's the same with code begging. So the solution is to either penalty box/ban members who request/beg and leave threads open for the rest of us to discuss things, or just lock every single thread for every single deal that has the option of referrals.
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embguy wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2019 2:20 am
PM does not have a call center. Support is provided by the moderator of the PM community moderator. Moderator wait time is 48 hours

Do your own research before joining this no frill mobile service

PM is a prepaid service. No refund after payment.
PM is awesome. stop spreading FUD.
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just wonder how much Public Mobile paid out on Referral fees a year? must be big number to warrant feeding frenzy.
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I signed up to PM last week and I will share some advice for newbies if you run into trouble as i did.

First off, list of retailers that sell the SIM (should be $10.00), if you haven't already ordered it online:

The Mobile Shop (inside Loblaws, Superstore, Zehrs)
Wow! Mobile boutique
London Drugs
K Mobile
Walmart (as a last resort as they may force you to activate in store and you won't be able to use a "you know what") clean eh!

I purchased my Sim at a Mobile Shop in a Loblaws. It was $10 and there was no talk of activation, plans of up sell whatsoever. I just paid for it and left.

I went online and filed out 5 pages of information to activate my Sim card.

Important note: Record everything you enter on those pages or at least the following.
Sim Card Number
Email Address (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Password you select (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Phone Number you select
Pin you select

Anyway, back to my story, on Page 5 at the very end of the activation screens (and after entering my credit card information) I submitted... waited... and then got "General Error".
Hoping for the best I tried to login with my email and password but got "Sorry, your login attempt failed. Please try again. "
Then I tried the procedure for "forgot your password" and got this message "Sorry, we’re unable to verify your email address."
My credit card company showed there was a charge pending for $28.25 ($25 plus 13% tax) so it seemed that I was or was going to be charged.

If your card was NOT charged you should be able to wait about an hour and then try going through the activation process again.
Note - you will likely have to clear you cookies/browser cache or use a different browser or use incognito mode when you attempt to complete activation on 2nd and subsequent tries.
- If your credit card shows a charge I do not recommend trying the activation process again.

Anyway, I contacted public mobile for help at this point. To do this you have to create an account on the Community site here (and this has nothing to do with your PM Self Serve account as far as I now):
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... _Community

If you can't figure out how to send a message to a mod try this:
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... r-id/10779

Back to my story, given the problem with activation I had I did not even bother to try putting the sim in my phone... I waited TWO DAYS and then this is what Support had me do (put sim in phone)... And it was working!
Then they directed me to "create my account" on the home page (as apparently that was the only thing that "failed" during my sim activation. Link here:
https://selfserve.publicmobile.ca/self-registration/
I put my new Public phone number in and some other info and completed my registration. I then checked my account status and found everything looking as I thought it should.

Moral of this story. I did not have to wait two days for support to get back to me. If I had just went to "Create account" and put sim in phone I would have been good to go immediately!

EDIT: injust just mentioned that when you get this "General Error" on initial activation that sometimes Autopay is not setup. I just checked my account now and it was not! I had to "turn it back on".

In addition to searching on the Public Mobile Community site noted above, there is lots of info on the RFD locked thread here:
public-mobile-public-mobile-23-unlimite ... a-2271069/

Good luck!
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NorthernPaladin wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2019 11:40 am
I signed up to PM last week and I will share some advice for newbies if you run into trouble as i did.

First off, list of retailers that sell the SIM (should be $10.00), if you haven't already ordered it online:

The Mobile Shop (inside Loblaws, Superstore, Zehrs)
Wow! Mobile boutique
London Drugs
K Mobile
Walmart (as a last resort as they may force you to activate in store and you won't be able to use a "you know what") clean eh!

I purchased my Sim at a Mobile Shop in a Loblaws. It was $10 and there was no talk of activation, plans of up sell whatsoever. I just paid for it and left.

I went online and filed out 5 pages of information to activate my Sim card.

Important note: Record everything you enter on those pages or at least the following.
Sim Card Number
Email Address (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Password you select (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Phone Number you select
Pin you select

Anyway, back to my story, on Page 5 at the very end of the activation screens (and after entering my credit card information) I submitted... waited... and then got "General Error".
Hoping for the best I tried to login with my email and password but got "Sorry, your login attempt failed. Please try again. "
Then I tried the procedure for "forgot your password" and got this message "Sorry, we’re unable to verify your email address."
My credit card company showed there was a charge pending for $28.25 ($25 plus 13% tax) so it seemed that I was or was going to be charged.

If your card was NOT charged you should be able to wait about an hour and then try going through the activation process again.
Note - you will likely have to clear you cookies/browser cache or use a different browser or use incognito mode when you attempt to complete activation on 2nd and subsequent tries.
- If your credit card shows a charge I do not recommend trying the activation process again.

Anyway, I contacted public mobile for help at this point. To do this you have to create an account on the Community site here (and this has nothing to do with your PM Self Serve account as far as I now):
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... _Community

If you can't figure out how to send a message to a mod try this:
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... r-id/10779

Back to my story, given the problem with activation I had I did not even bother to try putting the sim in my phone... I waited TWO DAYS and then this is what Support had me do (put sim in phone)... And it was working!
Then they directed me to "create my account" on the home page (as apparently that was the only thing that "failed" during my sim activation. Link here:
https://selfserve.publicmobile.ca/self-registration/
I put my new Public phone number in and some other info and completed my registration. I then checked my account status and found everything looking as I thought it should.
Moral of this story. I did not have to wait two days for support to get back to me. If I had just went to "Create account" and put sim in phone I would have been good to go immediately!

In addition to searching on the Public Mobile Community site noted above, there is lots of info on the RFD locked thread here:
public-mobile-public-mobile-23-unlimite ... a-2271069/

Good luck!
Make sure your autopay setting is enabled if you want it to be. Sometimes it doesn't get enabled when activation fails.
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NorthernPaladin wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2019 11:40 am
I signed up to PM last week and I will share some advice for newbies if you run into trouble as i did.

First off, list of retailers that sell the SIM (should be $10.00), if you haven't already ordered it online:

The Mobile Shop (inside Loblaws, Superstore, Zehrs)
Wow! Mobile boutique
London Drugs
K Mobile
Walmart (as a last resort as they may force you to activate in store and you won't be able to use a "you know what") clean eh!

I purchased my Sim at a Mobile Shop in a Loblaws. It was $10 and there was no talk of activation, plans of up sell whatsoever. I just paid for it and left.

I went online and filed out 5 pages of information to activate my Sim card.

Important note: Record everything you enter on those pages or at least the following.
Sim Card Number
Email Address (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Password you select (which is used to logon to the self serve portal)
Phone Number you select
Pin you select

Anyway, back to my story, on Page 5 at the very end of the activation screens (and after entering my credit card information) I submitted... waited... and then got "General Error".
Hoping for the best I tried to login with my email and password but got "Sorry, your login attempt failed. Please try again. "
Then I tried the procedure for "forgot your password" and got this message "Sorry, we’re unable to verify your email address."
My credit card company showed there was a charge pending for $28.25 ($25 plus 13% tax) so it seemed that I was or was going to be charged.

If your card was NOT charged you should be able to wait about an hour and then try going through the activation process again.
Note - you will likely have to clear you cookies/browser cache or use a different browser or use incognito mode when you attempt to complete activation on 2nd and subsequent tries.
- If your credit card shows a charge I do not recommend trying the activation process again.

Anyway, I contacted public mobile for help at this point. To do this you have to create an account on the Community site here (and this has nothing to do with your PM Self Serve account as far as I now):
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... _Community

If you can't figure out how to send a message to a mod try this:
https://productioncommunity.publicmobil ... r-id/10779

Back to my story, given the problem with activation I had I did not even bother to try putting the sim in my phone... I waited TWO DAYS and then this is what Support had me do (put sim in phone)... And it was working!
Then they directed me to "create my account" on the home page (as apparently that was the only thing that "failed" during my sim activation. Link here:
https://selfserve.publicmobile.ca/self-registration/
I put my new Public phone number in and some other info and completed my registration. I then checked my account status and found everything looking as I thought it should.
Moral of this story. I did not have to wait two days for support to get back to me. If I had just went to "Create account" and put sim in phone I would have been good to go immediately!

In addition to searching on the Public Mobile Community site noted above, there is lots of info on the RFD locked thread here:
public-mobile-public-mobile-23-unlimite ... a-2271069/

Good luck!
Another "successful" activation. Smiling Face With Open Mouth

Had a similar thing happen during activation, but didn't panic, since I read the experiences of others in the Public Mobile community forums. Once I was able to access my online account, I had to turn ON Autopay, even though I activated with it on. It seems, with the general error at the end, Autopay didn't get set properly. Other than that, like you said, the service was working shortly after.
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