Just noticed this over at TheStar. When you pre-pay for airtime cards on prepaid there's always an expiry date. Smaller amounts expiry dates. The idea is to get you to spend more.
Prepaid airtime cards are similar to gift/store cards in that you're pre-paying for something. However, it's against the law for gift-cards to have expiry dates in Ontario. That's the idea behind the lawsuit.
The lawsuit would cover everyone who bought a Bell, Virgin Mobile or Solo card since May 4th, 2010.
What do you think? If the plaintiff's are successful you don't need to worry about expiry dates anymore. It could also open the door to people getting phone lines with a $10 card, never using them and keeping them for life.