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Virgin Mobile Boxing Day

$35 / 12gb BYOD for 24 mths - Virgin Plus at most of the GTA Virgin Plus Kiosks

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Jul 30, 2003
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Very annoying that getting this deal requires going into a mall during the busiest shopping season of the year.
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Aug 9, 2013
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This is a good deal. I wonder if the Eaton Centre location has one?
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Aug 4, 2019
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Very good deal. Probably same deal on boxing day
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Jun 9, 2017
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$35 for 12GB for 24 months. Does it have $5 extra for additional lines
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Sep 26, 2006
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So with referral, deal is $30/month for 10 months then $35 for the next 14?
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Sep 7, 2018
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undacova wrote: I get that too, I think it's the mid range carriers that can't do voice over LTE so the connection changes. I used to have the same thing happen with Koodo
Koodo has VoLTE
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Nov 7, 2011
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Can we please stop acting like going to a shopping mall is a deal right now.
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Oh nice, haven't been with Koodo for over 2 years so at that time they didn't have it and I used to see my signal change from LTE to h+ or even 3g
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Jan 22, 2007
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Sounds like a pretty good deal. Might have to switch over to this.

Thanks for the info OP!
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Feb 12, 2020
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Markham
Just signed up for the BF deal, $35 first year, $40 second year. 12gb, 1000LD (promo add). based on the $50 BYOP plan with $10 x 24 months and $5 x 12 months.
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Jul 27, 2014
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Miguel wrote: Very annoying that getting this deal requires going into a mall during the busiest shopping season of the year.
Yeah, it's a great deal and all, but I could really do without the free omicron with the plan....
Just move the deals online SMH
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Dec 25, 2003
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Get a referral link from an existing member and get $50 bill credits on top as well.
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Nov 20, 2017
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fearex wrote: Yeah, it's a great deal and all, but I could really do without the free omicron with the plan....
Just move the deals online SMH
What makes the store viable at that point if they can't offer a unique promo? Especially after malls have been decimated by govt lockdowns
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Feb 18, 2010
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Coquitlam
For anyone in Vancouver (New Westminster) area, they have 12GB for $35 BYOD ($30 is for 2nd line) at Virgin Plus Royal City Centre "No activation fee". Unlimited canada wide calling , international text, 1000 LD minutes all included. A phone # on the ad 604-961-1000 - I wonder if you can buy on the phone? It was a facebook ad and said 'This location only'. No mention of any term such as 2 yr or anything
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May 18, 2018
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Damn it, I signed up for the 40$ per month deal like 10 days ago. Oh well, still a good deal to what I was paying at Fido.
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Mar 7, 2008
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Does new customer need to pay sim card fee / activation fee?
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mouseswimming wrote: Does new customer need to pay sim card fee / activation fee?
If it's the same deal as a black Friday deal then no you do not have to pay any activation or SIM card fees
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Aug 4, 2019
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KevinY96955 wrote: Just signed up for the BF deal, $35 first year, $40 second year. 12gb, 1000LD (promo add). based on the $50 BYOP plan with $10 x 24 months and $5 x 12 months.
Yeah why they do that?
Even Freedom has VoLTE
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undacova wrote: I get that too, I think it's the mid range carriers that can't do voice over LTE so the connection changes. I used to have the same thing happen with Koodo
I thought Virgin didn't have VoLTE but they in fact do. I changed over recently to them and I hadn't restarted my phone in eons. A restart did the trick for me.

https://www.virginplus.ca/en/support/vo ... ult=failed
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fearex wrote: Yeah, it's a great deal and all, but I could really do without the free omicron with the plan....
Just move the deals online SMH
Just get your booster shot

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