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    PC Mobile 18 and 30 Month Trem Phones

    PC Mobile 18 and 30 Month Term Phones

    http://www.pcmobile.ca/monthly_phones.jsp
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    8.You can opt-in or opt-out of Voice Stack at any time. If you opt-in, Voice Stack applies automatically once you go over your included nationwide anytime minutes for the month. $5 flat rate is charged immediately each time you enter a new stack. If you opt-out, you will not have access to chargeable voice services once your included nationwide anytime minutes for the month have been used.
    9.You can opt-in or opt-out of Data Stack at any time. If you opt-in, Data Stack applies automatically once you go over your included data for the month. $5 flat rate is charged immediately each time you enter a new stack. If you opt-out, you will not have access to chargeable data services once your included data for the month has been used.

    To earn double the PC points, customers must sign-up for pre-authorized payment with their PC Financial MasterCard or PC Financial® World MasterCard®. Offer available to customers activating on a qualifying PC mobile phone at The Mobile Shop locations with a PC mobile Monthly Rate Plan (excludes PC mobile Prepaid Rate Plans). This offer is in addition to current in-market offers. Minimum redemption 20,000 PC points = $20 in free groceries. Allow up to 4 weeks for PC points to be awarded. PC points are redeemable in-store at participating stores where President’s Choice products are sold. PC points are not redeemable at The Mobile Shop locations. Some restrictions apply. Visit pcpoints.ca for details.

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    The stacks are a welcome feature. I am surprised that Bell allowed access to LTE.

    While these new plans aren't inherently impressive, the variations could allow someone to save a lot of money, especially if their monthly usage varies a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Brantford View Post
    The stacks are a welcome feature. I am surprised that Bell allowed access to LTE.

    While these new plans aren't inherently impressive, the variations could allow someone to save a lot of money, especially if their monthly usage varies a lot.
    Telus, not Bell. AFAIK the prepaid side is still a Bell MVNO but the postpaid side is a Telus MVNO. My Mom just signed up with her unlocked BB Q10 on the postpaid $50 plan, no contract. I would have had her go with Koodo but she didn't ask me!

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