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10 GB for $35 1st year unlimited minutes, 1000 Intl minutes,activation fee waived ($30 for add a line) + $5/m/line yr 2

Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2010
1033 posts
345 upvotes
ep3jeLo wrote: Nope. $0 down. I called around to different stores, discussed the deal, then asked to reserve 2 phones. When I showed up, I was quoted incorrectly by the rep over the phone. A different rep caught the mistake and actually cut me a deal to get closer to the original quote.

Retail: $1236
Agreement Credit: $674
Finance Device Amount (with tax): $590.10 / 24 = $24.58

+ service plans of $40 and $35, respectively for 2 years.

I wanted to wait for BF deals, but a $600+ discount on a $1200 phone was hard to pass up for two people.
It's actually just a $1000 phone on fido website. guess that jack up the price?
https://www.fido.ca/phones/iphone-12?fl ... =financing
Jr. Member
Sep 29, 2014
127 posts
92 upvotes
Toronto, ON
i was able to get this deal today at the eaton centre's virgin plus store (not kiosk). in and out in 15-20 mins.
Newbie
Oct 5, 2020
1 posts
Wanted to clarify if I wanted to port over from fido and not activate a second line, is it $40 for 10 GB or $35 for 10 GB? From the OP post:

$50 for 10 GB data BYOD - unlimited talk text
1000 minutes per month to select countries
$50 activation fee refunded on the 1st or second bill
-$10/month for 24 months
-$5/month for 24 months if adding a line
Update:
-$5/month for 12 months for first and subsequent lines <-- this is only if adding a second line right?
Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2010
1033 posts
345 upvotes
I am kind of confused folks. so I want to have 2 lines and 2 iPhone. Here is how the cost go?

1 line: $30 plan of 10GB +$24.58 for the phone for 2 years?
2 line: $35 plan of 10GB +$24.58 for the phone for 2 years?
Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2010
1033 posts
345 upvotes
Who calls China nowadays? everyone just use wechat. you can chat, videoconfering, etc....everything in wechat. Who makes a phone call to China?
Sr. Member
Dec 25, 2004
888 posts
186 upvotes
1000islands wrote: I am kind of confused folks. so I want to have 2 lines and 2 iPhone. Here is how the cost go?

1 line: $30 plan of 10GB +$24.58 for the phone for 2 years?
2 line: $35 plan of 10GB +$24.58 for the phone for 2 years?
Correct.
Sr. Member
Jul 11, 2007
608 posts
180 upvotes
GTA
anyone around GTA got a any discount on the iphone when signing up ?
the rep at first Markham place told me they still have this deal on the plan today. but there is no discount on the phone at the moment. she told me maybe around BF, I can change the plan and get a deal on the phone. I also wonder what happen when I change the plan on the 1st line, will that result in price increase on the 2nd and 3rd line.
Sr. Member
Jul 11, 2007
608 posts
180 upvotes
GTA
i checked and I don't see iOS has such feature build in to do automatically data usage reset, (and no warning and block data) to prevent data over usage. anyone know or suggest an app that can do that on iOS?
thanks
Sr. Member
Jul 11, 2007
608 posts
180 upvotes
GTA
Johntheshopper wrote: Is this deal byod and no contract?
yes, no contract, and BYOD $35 on 1st and $30 on #2 line .
Newbie
Dec 23, 2017
13 posts
13 upvotes
Who calls China nowadays? everyone just use wechat. you can chat, videoconfering, etc....everything in wechat. Who makes a phone call to China?
I have older family members in Fuzhou, Suzhou, Chongqing, and Tainan City who are more comfortable with landlines. Knock on wood I also live to at least 90 years young because it seems to run in the extended family - although I'm probably eating too much bacon!
Deal Addict
Aug 8, 2010
1033 posts
345 upvotes
muciope wrote: I have older family members in Fuzhou, Suzhou, Chongqing, and Tainan City who are more comfortable with landlines. Knock on wood I also live to at least 90 years young because it seems to run in the extended family - although I'm probably eating too much bacon!
yes. forgot to exclude elderlies. really old people usually refuse to adapt to new tech.
Deal Fanatic
Jun 29, 2007
5604 posts
2145 upvotes
Vancouver
I called Virgin a few times. Reps are asking for promo codes.

Can somebody share promo codes they use to get this deal?
Member
User avatar
Dec 30, 2010
448 posts
213 upvotes
Called around town, this deal is still going on, will be porting two telus numbers, included 1000 international minutes is useful to me.
Newbie
Jan 8, 2018
9 posts
9 upvotes
Just ported two freedom numbers in Ottawa, Rideau centre. $35 first line, $30 second line.

Heads up, the guy told me the deal ends tomorrow Sept. 30th.
Deal Fanatic
Nov 11, 2008
8764 posts
2394 upvotes
buy.A.gift wrote: Does it include voice mail and caller id?
How was virgin signal (call/internet 4G) comparing with Fido?
Network feels more refined.

Caller id and vm3 is included by default

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