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[WIND Mobile] Unlimited 45 55 HOLIDAY PLANS 2015

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[WIND Mobile] Unlimited 45 55 HOLIDAY PLANS 2015

Wind Mobile 2015 Holiday plans are online

Unlimited Holiday $45
- Unlimited Data (with 3GB full speed access)
- Unlimited Canada/US-Wide Talk
- Unlimited Global Text
- Voicemail+
- World Saver
- World Traveler
- Unlimited US Long Distance
- Call Control Features
- Up to $100 off the purchase of a new phone with WINDtab
- PLUS get up to $15 extra to play with every month.


Unlimited Holiday $55
- Unlimited Data (with 8GB full speed access),
- Unlimited Canada/US-Wide Talk
- Unlimited Global Text
- Voicemail+
- World Saver
- World Traveler
- Unlimited US Long Distance
- Call Control Features
- Up to $100 off the purchase of a new phone with WINDtab
- Unlimited US Roaming
- PLUS get up to $15 extra to play with every month.


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Isn't this more expensive than their usual 40/mo and 50/mo plans?
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That's what I was thinking... I was looking through the details to see if I was missing something??

Other then the $10 add-on credit/month or the $15(BYOP) add-on credit per month its more pricy?
lumpen wrote: Isn't this more expensive than their usual 40/mo and 50/mo plans?
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Seems that Wind is slowly getting more and more expensive.
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BRAISKI wrote: Seems that Wind is slowly getting more and more expensive.
They are bleeding money. Their ARPU for the entirety of their existence has been around $30-35. Definitely will not be able to stay in business with those numbers.
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Jun 24, 2007
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Their regular $39.99 unlimited plan doesn't include voicemail IIRC, so it works out to close to the same.
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Wind is rumoured to be launching LTE in 1st quarter 2016
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omegadivide wrote: how fast is "full speed" data ?
Not that fast I would think considering if it was they'd advertise an actual speed.

Wind's network is a strong hit and miss. Sometimes it's flawless, and sometimes it's nowhere to be found. Even though their coverage map says otherwise, I've often found myself in many dead spots all around TO and area, not just in the business section downtown from all the tall buildings.
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torontokris wrote: That's what I was thinking... I was looking through the details to see if I was missing something??

Other then the $10 add-on credit/month or the $15(BYOP) add-on credit per month its more pricy?
You get the extra $5 BYOP credit on either plan. But the holiday $45 plan includes world traveler ($8 add-on to the $40 plan) and the $10 possible credit each month.
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Nov 15, 2015
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They also come with the World Saver and World Traveler. If you use one or both of those you'd be better off getting one of these Holiday plans. Otherwise it depends on how much roaming you will do to make use of the $10 credit.
torontokris wrote: That's what I was thinking... I was looking through the details to see if I was missing something??

Other then the $10 add-on credit/month or the $15(BYOP) add-on credit per month its more pricy?
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Variability wrote: Not that fast I would think considering if it was they'd advertise an actual speed.

Wind's network is a strong hit and miss. Sometimes it's flawless, and sometimes it's nowhere to be found. Even though their coverage map says otherwise, I've often found myself in many dead spots all around TO and area, not just in the business section downtown from all the tall buildings.
I agree. Most time you find yourself in the dead spots when you actually need to use your cellphone....
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Fire wrote: I agree. Most time you find yourself in the dead spots when you actually need to use your cellphone....
As a frequent go-train commuter from brampton to union, the train ride drove me *****ing nuts on wind. will never go back for any price until they improve reception.
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Wind's network is next to useless these days. 12 months ago in this very geolocation I used to get easily over 50% signal (not "good" in relation to other providers, as this is a metal/cement building), but these days I am lucky if I get 25% (as am writting this I am getting 15% signal).

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