Today is Monday. Today is not a weekend. Tonight will be a weeknight.
Just wondering if minutes from Holidays count towards Weekend or Weekday minutes.
Years ago, Going as far as late eighties to early to mid nineties holidays use to count as unlimited weekend calling. The reason I know this because we have had cell phones in the family going back to 86 or 87. I remember taking full advantage of it. This all changed when the digital phones started coming out around 93 94.
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Today is not a holiday. Today is July 2. July 2 is not a holiday. Even though government and many stores are closed today because Canada Day fell on a Sunday, WorldIRC is correct - today is Monday. Not a holiday. NOW - had July 1 fell on a Monday, then your weekend runs longer.
So somewhere, the rules changed...? You only get free holidays when they are on the weekend? :-) That sucks. But anyway, I don't really care because I never ever ever ever come anywhere near my number of minutes.
Actually, when July 1 is Sunday, July 2 becomes Canada Day:
(2) When July 1 is a Sunday, July 2 is a legal holiday and shall be kept and observed as such throughout Canada under the name of "Canada Day".
^But it is still a Monday