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[Zoomer Wireless] Zoomer 36$ plan with 5GB data/800 min anytime/unlimited txt - NO REFERRALS

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snellas wrote: No Referral question?

Why are there no referrals allowed by RedFlag deals on the Zoomer posts?

Went with Zoomer because of the posts and would it not be helpful to give and receive referrals?
Happy with the J3 as well as Zoomer.
The "no referral" forum rule is applied for all posts, not only this Zoomer Wireless thread.
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huangpu wrote: Samsung J3 prime > Huawei GR5?
For your own use, GR5 is better. For resale, you need to check your local market on kijiji or Craigslist.
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Lukus2017 wrote: You qualify for the loyalty program after 6 months so you are eligible to make the switch if you want. No cost involved.
Thank you

Just gave Zoomer a call.
They said I had to buy out the remainder of my current plan before I can make a switch. Was there some other information I had to provide to the agent to get the loyalty plan?
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rxanderq wrote: Thank you

Just gave Zoomer a call.
They said I had to buy out the remainder of my current plan before I can make a switch. Was there some other information I had to provide to the agent to get the loyalty plan?
3GB plan is not a loyalty plan and the rep was right.
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rxanderq wrote: Thank you

Just gave Zoomer a call.
They said I had to buy out the remainder of my current plan before I can make a switch. Was there some other information I had to provide to the agent to get the loyalty plan?
I tried tirelessly to get the upgrade from the 2GB plan without triggering a device balance payout. It was a lesson in futility. Don't even waste your time.
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Public Mobile 2016 fall promo, $23/1GB, $38/5GB
Fido $0.00/3GB+tablet, $5/4GB+tablet
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Lukus2017 wrote: You qualify for the loyalty program after 6 months so you are eligible to make the switch if you want. No cost involved.
You didn’t answer his question. He asked about the 3GB promo plan, not the loyalty plan. So, no, you can’t switch to the 3 GB plan while still on contract for free.
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9613019 wrote: Fido's $15/3GB tablet plan is the way to go.
What I m after is a good mobile phone to just leave on my table as a Home Phone. I ll be using Fongo. Thanks :)
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TheHutt wrote: What I m after is a good mobile phone to just leave on my table as a Home Phone. I ll be using Fongo. Thanks :)
Why not just go with the $10 Zoomer Home Phone then? It is cellular based with unlimited Canada wide minutes.
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Lukus2017 wrote: Why not just go with the $10 Zoomer Home Phone then? It is cellular based with unlimited Canada wide minutes.
The koodo home phone is even cheaper at only $5/month.
I am a Zoomer customer.
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SickBeast wrote: The koodo home phone is even cheaper at only $5/month.
For only the first year then it goes to $20 and you have to buy the adapter for $40 which is free on zoomer
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Lukus2017 wrote: Why not just go with the $10 Zoomer Home Phone then? It is cellular based with unlimited Canada wide minutes.
Where you see 10$ WHP? I see 20$ if mobile customer or 30$ if non zoomer user... :/
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jojothejoker wrote: Where you see 10$ WHP? I see 20$ if mobile customer or 30$ if non zoomer user... :/
It is not advertised on their website. You have to phone in and you do not need to be a current customer or have any other service with them.

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