Cityfone (of which Primus Wireless is one of several resellers) has recently expanded their offerings significantly. I'm not sure when, but recently-ish they've rolled out:

- They have tablet plans that are pretty decent. 1GB for $18, 3GB for $27, and 5GB for $36 (all prices net of the 10% BYOD); with a two year contract you can get these plans even slightly cheaper than the BYOD prices (1GB for $15, 3GB for $25, and 5GB for $35), but it's not cheaper enough to be worth the loss of the month-to-month flexibility IMO.

- They have Snowbird plans, but they are not even close to competitive with Roam Mobility's offerings. Oddly, they don't make clear whether they give you a Canadian number or a U.S. number. Seems like something worth mentioning.

They're running a double your minutes/texts/data (yes, believe it or not, some of their plans offer a fixed number of texts, such as 60, or 100), plus 50% off for the first 6 months, on a two year contract. That works out to the equivalent of 12.5% off, and you get the discount up front as a bonus. It works well on some of their plans, such as:

- The $25 Talk & Text Plan on two year contract (the equivalent of $21.88 per month) for unlimited global texts, unlimited evenings and weekends, and 300 daytime minutes. All talk is Canada-wide on this plan. It's not unlimited talk, but that's still pretty good for only $21.88 for someone who doesn't need data.

- The $30 Talk & Text Plan on two year contract (the equivalent of $26.25 per month) for unlimited global texts, unlimited evenings and weekends, unlimited incoming calls, and 400 daytime minutes. All talk is Canada-wide on this plan.

- The $80 Unlimited Plan includes unlimited Canada-wide talk and global text, and 2.5 GB. However, if you sign a two year contract the price plan drops to the equivalent of $70/month and the data doubles to 5GB. Decent compared to most in-market plans, but even more impressive is...

- the $95 Unlimited plan, which also includes the unlimited talk and text, but ups things to 5GB. With a contract the rate plan drops to the equivalent of $80.75, and the data increases to 10 GB. That's better than any in-market plan I'm aware of that includes that much data.

All of the plans I listed include all your normal calling features, plus "Name Display" which is cool. Name Display displays the name of an incoming caller if it's in Rogers' database (such as businesses, and Rogers customers), even if they're not in your phone directory. This feature usually is a $5 add-on for Fido and Rogers plans, so including will be a meaningful bonus for some people.