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May 25, 2001
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sirjimitron wrote: This $100 bonus made me finally pull the trigger, especially since it stacks with the $50 referral bonus.

Signed up for $36 4GB/month with the Blackberry Key2 LE (which I plan on reselling). Lava hot deal.
This was exactly my thinking. The $100 tipped me over into signing.
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Newbie
Nov 24, 2005
52 posts
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Can anyone please let me know why everyone is only talking about $36 plan and none about the $28.8 plan? I know it has less minute and data and cheaper phone, but is there any other downside?
In the site i only see I can get A10e, but I see someone said he can choose phones? Lastly, I see "order" button online, why do we have to call / live chat? Is it for the referral bonus (I do have a friend with zoomer now)?
Thanks in advance!
Newbie
Jun 4, 2015
78 posts
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Mississauga, ON
raychanz wrote: Can anyone please let me know why everyone is only talking about $36 plan and none about the $28.8 plan? I know it has less minute and data and cheaper phone, but is there any other downside?
In the site i only see I can get A10e, but I see someone said he can choose phones? Lastly, I see "order" button online, why do we have to call / live chat? Is it for the referral bonus (I do have a friend with zoomer now)?
Thanks in advance!
Why not just get a public mobile plan at that price?
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Oct 7, 2016
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raychanz wrote: Can anyone please let me know why everyone is only talking about $36 plan and none about the $28.8 plan? I know it has less minute and data and cheaper phone, but is there any other downside?

In the site i only see I can get A10e, but I see someone said he can choose phones? Lastly, I see "order" button online, why do we have to call / live chat? Is it for the referral bonus (I do have a friend with zoomer now)?
Thanks in advance!
They $28.20 plan does not have unlimited evenings and weekends.
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Sep 29, 2005
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Signed up yesterday for the $36 plan and the Samsung A50 which was $150 upfront, shared the $50 referral credit with a fellow RFD'r to bring that down to $100, now your saying I can call in to get another $100 credit? Or that doesn't apply to the A50?
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Member
Feb 6, 2007
374 posts
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They usually have one or two unadvertised promos if you call in. For example the $54 plan for 5gb and unlimited calling/text ($60 before 10%off) has the google pixel 3 but with the $100 promo it’s basically free.

It’s not posted but available through chat and phone
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Oct 21, 2019
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squeeks786 wrote: They usually have one or two unadvertised promos if you call in. For example the $54 plan for 5gb and unlimited calling/text ($60 before 10%off) has the google pixel 3 but with the $100 promo it’s basically free.

It’s not posted but available through chat and phone
Isnt the pixel 3a free $0 on the $54 plan?
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Feb 6, 2007
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Ps4pro458 wrote: Isnt the pixel 3a free $0 on the $54 plan?
I was referring to the Pixel 3 not pixel 3a. 3a is cheaper than the 3.
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Mar 12, 2004
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petrpuck wrote: 3A is free, 3 is $100
This is correct. I bet we will see a small flood of these on kijiji. And blackberry key 2. And samsung A70s/50 lol
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May 4, 2014
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night blade wrote: Signed up yesterday for the $36 plan and the Samsung A50 which was $150 upfront, shared the $50 referral credit with a fellow RFD'r to bring that down to $100, now your saying I can call in to get another $100 credit? Or that doesn't apply to the A50?
I just did, got the $100.
Jr. Member
Oct 8, 2007
126 posts
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Am I the only unlucky one here? I renewal a new 2 year contract 4 days ago and received the phone yesterday. I have not even opened the phone and I learned they are offering $100 credit for the new sign up today. Many of you called back and received the credit without any issue. But when I called back, I was told they cannot do it for me because I have upgraded already? I then argued that they have the 30 day garantee... But the lady told me I will have to return the phone and sign up a new line and I will also lose all loyalty plan!
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Dec 5, 2005
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The activation credit is only available to new sign-ups. Current Zoomer Wireless customers renewing for another 2 years are not eligible. For new activations this is an amazing deal.
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Dec 5, 2005
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Earth
board_salomon wrote: Am I the only unlucky one here? I renewal a new 2 year contract 4 days ago and received the phone yesterday. I have not even opened the phone and I learned they are offering $100 credit for the new sign up today. Many of you called back and received the credit without any issue. But when I called back, I was told they cannot do it for me because I have upgraded already? I then argued that they have the 30 day garantee... But the lady told me I will have to return the phone and sign up a new line and I will also lose all loyalty plan!
I was thinking of renewing if the activation credit applied, but they said not for renewals. I'm happy with the loyalty plan I'm on; I may still renew for another phone to sell or gift to family.
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Jr. Member
Oct 8, 2007
126 posts
7 upvotes
Sorry, are those who received the $100 credit NEW CLIENTS? In their site, they mentioned new activation, nothing about new client... So if i finished my previous 2 year contract 6 months ago and choose to renew now, would not that be new activation? That is how I interpreted it anyway? Or may be I am wrong?

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