Most CDMA options can carry over to HSPA on Bell.
I've heard from a bunch of people that there are grandfathered CDMA customers with unlimited data on either Bell or Telus. This seems like an interesting propect for a rural access recommendation, at least to try it out. Should be fairly reasonable if its EVDO and not just 1x or whatever 2G is in the CDMA world?
HSPA plans are nice, but the risk of accidental overage is just too high (getting a virus, etc.). Unless someone knows how to cap data overage to something like 30$, I won't really take those into consideration.
I'm interested in data only, not really voice.
What are my options in this?
Do bellus still offer EVDO modems for sale? or do I need to buy one from someone else (probably what I'll do anyway)
Do these plans still exist, or can they be taken over from an existing customer?
What can I expect to pay for such a plan, monthly?
Thanks, looks like Telus is what I was thinking of, I'll try that forum
Unlimited data works fine on CDMA/HSPA
It WONT work on LTE
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