I was blown away when my phone worked. I was expecting to be roaming on the mountain
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I've been with Mobilicity since Oct of 2010. No, You don't need to pay with PAP to trigger the 2OFF, you just need to set up PAP for 2OFF, how you pay it's up to you. You can pay from my wallet or with another credit card and you will still have 2 dollar off.
Even if when the credit card expires, 2OFF will still be there. If you take the credit card off from PAP then ... I don't know, try it and let me know ~XD
About "apply your credits in advance to your fees, then you are going to mess yourself up." Actually you won't, you're just simply storing that credits into your account not my wallet. That's why if you pay 2 months, your account say -amount Mobilicity owe you money. So you're not really paying till they make a invoice for you. Which it go through the 2OFF check to see if you have PAP setup, if you do -2 if you don't no -2.
Last edited by Hinouchi; 08-04-2012 at 10:04 AM.
Agreed. As long as you have the Preauthorized credit card set up in your account, how you actually pay does not matter. You can pay by cash, by another credit card manually, you can even over pay your balance, does not matter. Even if your preauthorized credit card got declined for whatever reason, you can still manually pay using another valid credit card, as long as it's before the actual due date, it's fine. 2OFF will stick, and so will the new BTS plan I assume.
$25 Back-To-School Plan
Unlimited Local Calling
Unlimited SMS & MMS
$5 Call Features Add-on Bundle w/ FreePhoneLine Voicemail
$2 PAC credit for life
$20 port-in credit for 10 months
Think about it, it's logical. Why do they care how you actually pay? The preauthorized thing is just a guarantee that they will get paid. But if you decide to pay another way, that's up to you, why do they care?
Two different CSR's on two different occasions told me and GF different.
Now, I know CSR's arent the end all and be all, but it's enough to make me cautious.
There also was no signal around the zip line area and further in, but I was impressed that I had signal once I reached the top of the hike. Guess Vancouver's home zone roaming is disabled, which does explain why I couldn't roam up the mountain.
Its kind of a gamble to see which carrier is the best bet in the "longterm". This is a interesting time for both carriers, they're both very close to the 700 MHz auction and I can't tell which of them will be successful and which won't. I'd rather be with the one that isn't successful and gets bough out tbh..
Its all just speculation atm, lets see what happens. Any thoughts?
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what you mean by tiered data?
the new 25/35 plans are tiered?
At the moment, they are just reducing prices. Sure its important to reduce prices. However, prices are already very low and rock bottom, and they should now stop this price war and improve the quality.
I wouldnt hold on to "grandfathered plans". They are so cheap, that Rogers (or Bell/Telus) whosoever buys mobi, wont keep them. Well, they wont kick you off, they will probably restrict you to the AWS towers only, and tell you to never expect improvement unless you switch to the big brands. They can also raise the cost of roaming, PPU etc, to force you to switch sooner or later. In the event of a takeover, just forget the old plans.