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[Videotron] 15Gb for 45$ - Bring your phone

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[Videotron] 15Gb for 45$ - Bring your phone

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I got this deal in my email this morning, 45$ for 15Gb (+100 GB for the year) if you bring your device. For actual videotron clients, maybe QC only YMMV.

Edit : This seems to be an offer targeted to selected customers only, YMMV.
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Looks like it’s $55/month in Ontario, FYI.
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Does Videotron have Canada-wide coverage?
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Quebecor CEO PKK is a known separatist. Despite being an attractive deal can't in good conscious support this.
Wallet safe.

Cheers, KH

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haba wrote: Looks like it’s $55/month in Ontario, FYI.
What network do they run in?
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I got a similar flyer in the mail in Ottawa for 10 gb plus the extra 100 gb..
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DealCanuck wrote: What network do they run in?
Videotron has their own towers in Quebec and Ottawa, but outside of their network, they can run off of partner towers, which means any of the big 3. I've been with Videotron for over 2 years and have never had issues with reception. Only time when I'm out of reception is when everyone else on the major networks are out as well.
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Masernaut wrote: Does Videotron have Canada-wide coverage?
Yes but you have to be a resident of Quebec or Ottawa
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Didn’t see anywhere mentioning the availability outside QC. Anyone talked to the rep?
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haba wrote: Looks like it’s $55/month in Ontario, FYI.
Their website is showing $45 for Ottawa now, maybe they just updated it.
Tempting, but too bad I won't be able to keep my old 647 number
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Read the fine prints of restrictions.
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Been with Videotron for 4 years now (Ottawa)...no problems, decent speeds and coverage. BUT: customer support is absolutely atrocious. If you ever need either to talk to someone, or go to a store...I have horror stories for you.
Buyer beware.
To be or not to be...where is the question?
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ipse wrote: Been with Videotron for 4 years now (Ottawa)...no problems, decent speeds and coverage. BUT: customer support is absolutely atrocious. If you ever need either to talk to someone, or go to a store...I have horror stories for you.
Buyer beware.
Absolutely agree
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Due to this Videotron special, shall we have a free 5GB add on from Koodo this time for QC?
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Chrno wrote: Videotron has their own towers in Quebec and Ottawa, but outside of their network, they can run off of partner towers, which means any of the big 3. I've been with Videotron for over 2 years and have never had issues with reception. Only time when I'm out of reception is when everyone else on the major networks are out as well.
Right but outside of QC, there are only a handful of providers.

Either Robbers network or Bhellus
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siennaLe2008 wrote: Due to this Videotron special, shall we have a free 5GB add on from Koodo this time for QC?
I called Koodo this morning, I had 2Gb for 35$ plan, the only thing they could give me is 2Gb more. I haggled for 1hour to get a free +4Gb addon, was transfered between 3 persons, but at the end they couldn't do better than a free +2Gb, better than nothing. So now I have 4Gb for 35$. The Koodo rep told me to call next week for black friday, they will have better offers probably.

They offered me a 5Gb plan for 45$ to match Videotron offer, they cannot give better price than the market, according to the rep I spoke to. It's really hard to negotiate with Koodo these days if you are already a customer, they only have good deals for new customers.
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Chrno wrote: Videotron has their own towers in Quebec and Ottawa, but outside of their network, they can run off of partner towers, which means any of the big 3. I've been with Videotron for over 2 years and have never had issues with reception. Only time when I'm out of reception is when everyone else on the major networks are out as well.
You roam freely and unlimited on Robbers...if Robbers does not have coverage and they resort to Bhellus, you are limited to 50% of your data usage...
As attractive as some of the Freedom plans are, Videotron is a better option for people in NCR.
To be or not to be...where is the question?
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KravenHead wrote: Quebecor CEO PKK is a known separatist. Despite being an attractive deal can't in good conscious support this.
Wallet safe.

Cheers, KH

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Of course PKP is a separatist, he led the party for a while and drove it the ground. Regardless of your views on this, he's also related to Brian Mulroney somehow ( I think he's the god child), so all this to say, politics is more about influence than ideology, and it gets real twisted and complicated when you start to squint and look for the logic behind it all.

The deal is good, forget about the rest.

Tx OP

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