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  1. HSPA: I did the same a couple of years ago. I wish...

    I did the same a couple of years ago. I wish more people acted instead of just complaining.
  2. Kind of wish they'd held their peace until the...

    Kind of wish they'd held their peace until the first few patches for iOS 13 had rolled out...
  3. HSPA: Given the number of 2 and 3 way ties in this...

    Given the number of 2 and 3 way ties in this listing, I would wager the differences are slight enough that in most circumstances you wouldn't even notice the difference unless you were comparing...
  4. That is how these plans were advertised.

    That is how these plans were advertised.
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    It would likely change upon a carrier update, if...

    It would likely change upon a carrier update, if not automatically.
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    Public Mobile Canadian carriers are too greedy. They want you...

    Canadian carriers are too greedy. They want you to pay for the Can/US feature for the few months you actually use it, plus all the months you don't. It's not your money, it's theirs. :angry:
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    I see. I was just trying to clarify Andrew’s...

    I see. I was just trying to clarify Andrew’s ‘distinct society’ comment that had people confused. I didn’t look into the plans, but assumed that’s what he’d found; I guess he just meant the...
  8. A big reason the big 3 can claim Canada’s...

    A big reason the big 3 can claim Canada’s networks are so ‘fast & amazing’ is because they have been so under utilized due to their expensive and restrictive plans. Throttling would only occur...
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    And now something from the perfect timing...

    And now something from the perfect timing department... I was out for a walk yesterday, and though I’ve never broken a phone & almost never drop them, somehow I caught my phone case’s lip caught on...
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    By being included/exempt from data charges, these...

    By being included/exempt from data charges, these are given ‘undue preference’ over similar competing services that are subject to data usage/charges - this shouldn’t be allowed under net neutrality...
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    Blackberry released the Passport with a 1:1...

    Blackberry released the Passport with a 1:1 screen a few years back. BB10 was not taking the market by storm, and they were working on an Android version of the firmware. Such an aspect ratio was...
  12. On the plus side, those customers can switch...

    On the plus side, those customers can switch their plans at the first oppportunity until the throttling does kick in.
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    I went bare with my GS7, which acquired a bunch...

    I went bare with my GS7, which acquired a bunch of micro-scratches and 1 readily visible scratch over the course of 2 years. I went bare with my Essential PH-1 as well, and it picked up...
  14. Enjoy the party for now, I'm sure Telus will bust...

    Enjoy the party for now, I'm sure Telus will bust it up at some point.
  15. HSPA: The Future Isn't Friendly™ - What a trainwreck...

    So we finally get to see Rogers' handling of the financing model, and it looks like they have put a lot more thought and care into their offering - subsidy options remain, true '$0 upfront' phones,...
  16. Koodo June 30 = last day of Q2 = the carriers not being...

    June 30 = last day of Q2 = the carriers not being concerned about meeting sales targets. Now's a holding pattern until the back-to-school offers are posted.
  17. Bell The 'cost of adding a new phone number' is the...

    The 'cost of adding a new phone number' is the cost of acquiring a customer. It is appalling that these companies are so settled in their oligopoly that they think we should PAY them for the...
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    Sticky: Sorry, that was the last thing I did on my break,...

    Sorry, that was the last thing I did on my break, didn't check back until just now. The website team was probably behind, but...
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    Sticky: Bell responded within 24 hours, they were clearly...

    Bell responded within 24 hours, they were clearly prepared for this. Telus was either stubborn, or caught flat footed - their initial response was slow, and weak; their eventual match was...
  20. I believe these are unlimited nationwide calling,...

    I believe these are unlimited nationwide calling, unlimited sms/mms, VM25
  21. Bell As of today, Telus has launched their...

    As of today, Telus has launched their counter-offer. Not shareable, 512Kbps throttled for 'overage', includes tethering up to the 'high speed' limit. ...
  22. The Future Is Friendly™ - Telus Gives In, Unlimited plans with 512Kbps throttling

    Similar pricing to Rogers/Bell, 10 and 20GB variants, tethering is included up to the 'high speed' limit (after which, maybe PPU?), not shareable.

    Promotional plan, available until July 2 (with...
  23. Rogers: 10/20/50, throttled unlimited, shareable...

    Rogers: 10/20/50, throttled unlimited, shareable
    Bell: 10/20/50, throttled unlimited
    Telus: 10 + expiring 5/20 + expiring 5, overage: $50 for the first GB, $102.40 for each additional.

    You know...
  24. Bell If their network is up to par for your needs,...

    If their network is up to par for your needs, Rogers' unlimited plan IS shareable (or at least according to the plan details on their website for my region).
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    iTunes does have a user agreement, though I've...

    iTunes does have a user agreement, though I've read it about as thoroughly as most anyone else.
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