This is what I just signed up for
250 daytime minutes/250 incoming minutes
1000 incoming minutes
per second billing after the first minute
2500 text messaging
Just a friendly note.
When you call in to do your hardware upgrade and you have a corp plan. They are going to ask you for your corporate email and or employee number. Can't do a HUP without it anymore the order will be refused.
Last edited by TheLastPrincess; 05-24-2012 at 03:28 PM. Reason: spelling
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I've been trying to get a similar plan for the Government of Canada. I have been asking around to get an MSD code for a corporate plan, but no one seems to know what I'm talking about. I also called Rogers to do a search and the lady couldn't find anything for the department or section I work in (I work for the Dept of Justice).
Does anyone have a MSD code they could send me for the Government of Canada plan? Also, is an MSD code specific to departments? Would it matter if I tried to sign up and the MSD code was from a department or section other than the one I work in?
Thanks for an assistance!
I was briefly talking to some folks at a Wireless Wave kiosk through Costco.
I'm interested in the Galaxy S3 (as many are I guess) and I qualify for the Rogers Corp plan here in BC.
I see from previous posts (admittedly months back) and people saying that they have the 6gb/30 bucks add-on. The rep said that the 6gb/30 bucks is not available right now and that it will probably be back during back-to-school promotions which then I would want to add it on.
Can anyone verify his statement?
He stated a tiered system of data charges ranging from something like 15 bucks for 100mb to 25 bucks for 500mb ... which seems extremely limited. I realize that companies want to move away from large data plans ... but i'm not sure if he was blowing misinformation up my rear.
I want to educate myself more in lieu of making myself look like an ill-prepared idiot. Thanks!
Tiered data charges are widley published and there are (maybe not surprisingly) higher cost options for more data. Not sure how this could be construed as misinformation.
Not really clear what the question is?
Thanks for the info.
I'm basically wanting to jump in headfirst into the smartphone thing. I've been holding off for a long while.
I want to get 2xGalaxy S3's (me and wife) and i'm looking for my best option(s) currently out there.
My wife basically wants to be like her friends (checking facebook, minimal texting, accessing internet content occasionally etc), me I just want to watch mobile porn (just kidding).
We both qualify for the BC Rogers Corp plan. Not sure if that's the way to go or to maybe get the family plan instead. Perhaps even separate plans. Since the 6gb/30 dollars is not available ATM it impacts my decision-making. Just trying to educate myself as much as possible before pulling the trigger!
I am getting offered the following corporate plan through my company. Is this a good deal?
250 Anytime Local Minutes
(10 cents/min overage)
1000 Incoming Minutes
Unlimited Evenings + Weekends (6pm – 7am)
Call Display (INCLUDED)
Basic Voicemail (INCLUDED)
Call Forwarding (INCLUDED)
Call Waiting (INCLUDED)
2500 Sent Text + Unlimited Incoming (INCLUDED)
Local Company Calling (INCLUDED)
6GB data- $30
WAIVED ACTIVATION FEE
$120 ACCOUNT CREDIT APPLIES TO ALL NEW 3YR VOICE/DATA ACTIVATIONS!!!
After reading some of the posts on this tread, i think i'm in the right place to ask my question.
I got layoff last year and still had a yr left on my corporate plan. yesterday, i call retention to switch to that 6 gb super plan.
I asked the cs if i was still under their business division and she said yes, as she only only switch me from one plan to another.
And i didn't want to rock the boat, and didn't confess i no longer work at that corporation.
should i call them back and fully disclose my situation ?
We always used to get 12 month HUPs on our corporate plan, but they told me today that we are getting 24 month HUPs as of 2 months ago. Did this happen to all corporate customers?