Freedom Mobile offers $40/10GB promo to Telus, Koodo and Public Mobile customers [Update]

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  • Zaptor99

    Love this competition, hopefully in Ontario we’ll get the same prices they offer in Quebec.

    • Samano

      When pigs fly

    • John Lofwire

      OR when chicken will have very long teeth lol

    • somebody else

      Or when animals start talking, cursing, playing sports, operating machinery and shooting people. 😛

    • somebody else

      Can only get that with freedom mobile and within their coverage areas.

  • Cam McArthur

    If this has both home & away coverage. Im sold. 10GB monthly? I dont care if i dont have band 66

    • RoboBonobo

      Probably not. The most away coverage they have offered so far is 1GB. But this looks like it doesn’t include any Away data so it would be 5cent per MB for that

    • Cam McArthur

      Can you buy an add on for that? Or is it stuck paying for everything?

    • Techguru86

      You pay, there’s no add one for can roaming only us

    • Cam McArthur

      thats really unfortunate. I want to support Freedom, I live in the GTA (home network) and my parents place is also in the home network, but my cottage is on the away network.

    • somebody else

      ahh, the cottage. That I can understand entirely.

    • RoboBonobo

      As far as I know there’s no way to add Away data to a plan. You’d have to go with a plan that includes Away data. They have a plan that includes 1GB Away data, and 6GB data on their own network, for $59.

      If you get the plan that includes Away data, they don’t charge you once you go over the cap, actually there’s no cap. They just throttle the speed down to 256Kbps down, 128Kbps up.

    • somebody else

      Can’t ever get anything more than 1GB high-speed away/roaming data on everywhere plans OR the go south/US roaming addons. Just the way things are.

  • Blair Davis

    I like this competition. Public mobile is no longer offering this. Maybe they are coming back with another counter offer? Would be awesome to see

    • somebody else

      Let’s just say telus backed out. 😛

  • Avgvstvs

    This is great! Any idea why Virgin is left out of the mix?

    • George

      Virgin Mobile is owned by Bell, not Telus.

    • Avgvstvs

      Understood, the question stands. Why is Virgin also not being targeted?

    • George

      As the story said, Freedom Mobile is striking back at Public Mobile (owned by Telus) trying to take customers away from them. So far, Virgin Mobile and parent company Bell aren’t interested in competing.

    • MathewSullivan

      You can still do it, just port your phone number to koodo, and then from koodo to wind. I’ve done it with 7 customers all on R/F/V/C.

  • SmellyOaf

    As most folks here, I agree this is really good – to have competition as it benefits customers at the end of the day.

    I am on the Public mobile 3 month pre-paid $120 – 12 GB, province free calling.
    The only thing that stops me from jumping over to Freedom, is my concern about coverage and speeds.
    I know Freedom’s LTE is new, but is it at par with the big 3?
    Any experiences?

    • specialk2000

      On par, no, but it’s pretty damn good and with the 700Mhz being deployed in the near future, that will close the gap significantly.

    • will

      Just make sure your phone support Band 13.

    • Techguru86

      Dont talk abput that, we do t know anything about what they will do with that

    • specialk2000

      What do you mean?

    • somebody else

      It’s unknown, just rumours until it’s launched.

    • John Lofwire

      Big 3 also deploying 700 mhz lol but with 20 times the budget.

      I would keep thats crazy public mobile plan and keep the great network.

      Why change for same price and a lower quality network?

    • meh

      I’m going to laugh when Telus increases the prices on those plans in a year or two

    • V Zaporozhets

      You missed the boat. Should have laughed when Freedom increased prices. I was with Wind when you could get 5Gb for $30. Where is that price now? Let’s laugh about that one together 🙂 LOL

    • meh

      I missed absolutely nothing. My plan with freedom is Everywhere 59 with 3GB data added on for 11gb. What does a 10gb plan with big three cost? Oh yeah, I forgot, $105!!!

    • V Zaporozhets

      You missed the price increases on Freedom for your chance to laugh. Reading comprehension troubles?

    • meh

      I understood what you meant, but you are comparing the struggling foreign owned Wind who charged unreasonably low fees for network access. Under Shaw’s ownership, they are still undercutting the big three and their flankers by a lot (arguably not for small data buckets but they still own the market for big buckets)

    • somebody else

      Correct, I compare telus, bell and rogers (including their flanker-wanky brands) during promotions, or once a year. Nothing compares. The costs just keep going up. Bell’s virgin is now at $70/GB in overages.

    • somebody else

      What price increases? None of my plans got theirs jacked up during the first four years of service, now going on six. Yes, new introduced plans, but NOT grandfathered plans.

    • Techguru86

      Freedom also had slow 3g, no roaming plans at all and a much more inferior network, t they have vastly improved since Shaw buyout

    • somebody else

      I noticed the improvements a few years before shaw bought them.

    • somebody else

      My plan’s prices never went up or changed. Yes, plans get phased out, but grandfathered (not the hypocritical type robelus use) ones remain FOREVER.

    • John Lofwire

      If its happen. Dont act like nostradamus on me.

      Also freedom mobile did tue same in the past lol.

    • somebody else

      They never changed the price for the always shout plan I had ($45/month, 5GB of high-speed data, my first plan, for four years straight!), nor did they with the other two I had (forgot their names) during the time I had them, and now with that locked-in everywhere 59 plan (8GB of high-speed data), the price change either.

    • somebody else

      I have been a customer for six years, and it’s not even close to lower quality. Crystal clear voice calls, variable (because i’m not on a compatible LTE device despite an LTE plan) data speeds, texts fly through (all carriers, sms flies, it’s a fixed speed regardless).

    • John Lofwire

      Go online search for statistic like % of call drop and average speed of internet in each regions of canada. Go on the statistic speak for themselves.

    • somebody else

      Personally I don’t care about data speeds or dropped calls. Majority of them were of those who were calling me, or I called them, but it dropped on their end, rarely on mine. If it drops, I just call them back, simple as that.

    • Techguru86

      Freedom LTE is more than enough for customers considering how slow the 3g was in the major cities

    • somebody else

      Jane and sheppard area is slow, peak times are 24/7 for data (hspa+), LTE probably is better.

    • Samano

      I’m hesitant to since I move from freedom 2012 back to school plan to public .i never experience. Freedom LTE which was horrible coverage . I have no interest in buying a new just to get LTE

    • somebody else

      band 66 isn’t compatible with your device, hence why you couldn’t use their LTE. Incompatible hardware.

    • John Lofwire

      Its dont compare at all.

      you are on Telus/Bell network right now the current best network you can get.
      At this price point you have ( 40$ a month but prepaid every 3 months if i understand well ) you have same pricing but with a much better network.

    • meh

      I completely disagree. Yes, freedom’s network isn’t as fast as big three, but my average speeds are 30mbps down and up which is plenty fast for the average person plus all of the additional data. Support the competition!

    • V Zaporozhets

      What do you disagree with? Are you disagreeing that Telus/Bell is the best network right now?
      Edit: yes, please support the competiotion so I can enjoy better prices on Telus network 🙂 hehe

    • somebody else

      They charge WAY TOO MUCH. I would rather be on freedom mobile’s network than pay $150-250/month for the same plan I have right now.

    • John Lofwire

      Let me make sure I understand correctly.

      You would pay same price for an inferior network and 2 gb less monthly?

      We are comparing two similarly priced plans…

    • meh

      I don’t think you understand this offer. Freedom is offering 10gb for $40 so freedom is offering same price for 6gb more

    • John Lofwire

      Ah that make much more sense I just verified and yes its 4 gb à month. I stand corrected on that part. Still I take 4 gb of real canada wide over 10 gb of limited network. I do max 2 gb a month because I do use wifi for anything video or streaming related (would do over 30 gb otherwise)

      I also found out the way that plan was marketed At pm you keep it forever as long as you stay a client and always pay your billing.

      But to be truthful I dont pay at all for my cellphone service..

    • Samano

      If it wasn’t for that compatible phone you have to have to get their LTE I would have jump on this deal ..

    • somebody else

      Naturally you have to buy a compatible device. You can’t make yours be compatible with band 66 especially if the radio hardware won’t support it to begin with.

    • somebody else

      I fully support real competition.

    • Samano

      Reliability over gigs

    • John Lofwire

      I was a bit still mistaken as i was under impression its was 12 gb a month for 40$ if you prepay 3 months in advance..

      I would still take a better network over gigs but that a question of need and taste.

    • Samano

      WiFi at home some I’m good with 4gig a month on smart phone

    • somebody else

      I also have wifi at home, five computers not running windows (not Mac either).

    • somebody else

      If you use it up before the three months hits… Gosh darn it, you’ll have to pay $120 again.

    • John Lofwire

      But then its might not ah not everyone day and night on social network some ppl have a normal life.

      Take usa as an example lots of unlimited data plans and bigger bucket care to explain why the average usage even at carrier like t-mobile where they almost only have unlimited data but still average per user is under 2 gb? Go search statistic of average monthly usage per user of cellphone go even check Europe. Its proven that the average user do not need as much. So I gonna take quality over quantity any day.

      This be the last message you see of me as I grown tired of wasting my time and will just block you. Good day kid.

    • somebody else

      If you really blocked me based on expressing my opinion, then it’s sad. I never said you HAD to switch to any carrier if you were not satisfied.

  • CANADAMETALFAN

    They need to open this up to people.Porting in from other networks. I would leave virgin for this.

    • MathewSullivan

      I work in Mobile, I can confirm that anyone on any carrier can make the switch

      1. Buy/activate a Koodo sim ($11.30)
      2. Choose a cheap BYOD plan ($30)
      3. Port the Virgin (or any carrier) number to Koodo during the activation process.
      4. Take your new agreement document (with Account info) to Freedom and simply do another port.

      You are essentially just giving Koodo $41.30, but if you can grab Freedoms 10GB LTE ready plan for $40, you are literally saving yourself over a thousand dollars a year.

  • pozzitron

    I am currently with Freedom, I prefer Freedom, and I would like to stay with Freedom, but it looks like I will have to play the game and go through the hassle of porting my number, just so I can take advantage of the promos since they are not available to existing customers……

    • Samano

      Are they actually good ? I have a Nexus6p I’ll need to buy a new phone

    • RoboBonobo

      The prices are really good compared to the big 3, especially with the payment options and bill credits for purchasing a new device.
      The customer service is okay, I’ve had some problems with my phone and got it sorted out with tech support over twitter.
      Calls sometimes take up to 15 seconds before it starts ringing, and some days incoming calls don’t come through at all, I get notifications saying I missed a call, have a voicemail message, and the VM is time stamped from an hour earlier. Those are my only complaints. Should get better once VoLTE and 700MHz are implemented. I’m with them because I want to support competition.

    • Samano

      Thanks I’ll board the ship when I get a new phone that support their LTE .

    • somebody else

      They already have a selection of LTE devices on their website. Then again, totally your choice.

    • somebody else

      Same, i’m supporting real competition too.

    • pozzitron

      I have absolutely no complains with their service ( in Alberta). Their coverage is perfect for me. No dropped called or dead spots. I don’t mind paying the extra money the odd time i wonder outside their home zones.. Lately I have been a little put off by the LTE issues of non-Freedom smartphones and Band 66. I am hoping that gets resolved within the next three months as I am waiting for the announcements of the upcoming flagships phones. I need to replace my Galaxy Note 3 and a Oneplus X.

    • RoboBonobo

      Just wanted to make a note about call problems. My iphone doesn’t support their LTE so I don’t have problems with calls connecting on the HSPA+ network… they always connect instantly. The call problems I’m having are on my LTE enabled phone purchased from Freedom.
      It seems like when it’s connected to LTE is when I have call problems. When I’m connected to LTE the phone has to switch to HSPA+ before it can send or recieve a call. This causes a delay for outgoing calls, and causes incoming calls to sometimes not connect. That’s why I think the problem will disappear once there’s VoLTE… and indoor LTE reception will improve with 700MHz Band 13, which my phone supports.

    • somebody else

      yeah, voice uses the 3G network until they have more spectrum to put it also on LTE too.

    • RoboBonobo

      I don’t think the reason they haven’t implemented Vo-LTE is because of spectrum constraint. They have quite a lot of AWS-3 for LTE. They’ve announced Vo-LTE but I think they’re focusing on the rolling out LTE across their coverage areas first.

    • Samano

      Until I get a new phone that support their LTE I’ll stick with public

    • V Zaporozhets

      “I am currently with Freedom, I prefer Freedom, and I would like to stay with Freedom” – LOL. Someone gotta submit this to Freedom. Perhaps they can pay you to be in a commercial or somehting.

    • somebody else

      Hop onto their everywhere plan, it’s got a good 6GB, with the addon, that’s 11GB of high-speed (LTE/HSPA+) data.

  • bluerage

    Does anyone know if we can activate a koodo number and then have it ported right away? Or is there a minimum amount of time required before porting?

    • specialk2000

      I don’t believe Freedom would know one way or another.

    • dirtyKIMCHI

      Indeed. Make a Koodo account, once you have an account number, go to Freedom and port.
      You will still need to pay at least that first bill to Koodo, so choose the lowest option to spend the least.

    • somebody else

      This ^^

  • Nino Bonifacio

    i love to see this competition FM vs PM.

  • Dustin Hebert

    This is how they treat there long time customers, really. The service is crap, most places you go and now they offer 10 GB to strangers and ignore there own who have been with them for a long time. Good job Freedom, thanks for nothing.

    • Hello Moto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      You can take advantage of it as well, for a small price. Buy a Koodo SIM card, open a prepaid Koodo account, port into Freedom for this deal, then later transfer your current phone number/line to the new one.

    • MathewSullivan

      You can’t transfer a Wind number to another Wind account, I actually spent hours on the phone earlier today to do such a thing. Believe me, I tried, even pulling my mobile advisor strings but its not possible.

    • Hello Moto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      I think you can port out your old line to some cheap prepaid carrier plan, then port your number back in? I also heard that people were able to get the 10GB deal by calling retentions.

    • somebody else

      That is possible, but then again, can’t transfer back to an old account.

    • Sarvjot Singh Locham

      You can port your phone number to any other companies it’s allowed in Canada by CRTC

    • MathewSullivan

      You can’t transfer an existing Wind number on one account, with another Wind number that’s associated with another account……… Tgis comment has nothing to do work porting between carriers. Please learn to read.

    • Tim

      All carriers are the same, it’s not limited to Freedom Mobile.

    • somebody else

      You didn’t even bother reading the plan… It was TARGETTING telus (koodo/public) customers.

  • Stephen B Morris

    Good! It’s probably as close as two telecoms will get when it comes to competing but I like the gesture. I wonder how or if Public will respond? They did start this.

    • Shmeek

      I’ve been keeping on eye on the Public forums. They pulled their 4GB promo, so I contacted a mod on the page, and they said they’d be relaunching it in the near future (and I would assume not targeted to Freedom customers and revamped with more data).

    • Hello Moto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Seems doubtful at this point. Freedom is pulling the plug tonight.

    • somebody else

      There’s definitely a big influx of customers. hahaha.

    • Stephen B Morris

      LOL! Their marketing team was probably like “Whoops! We didn’t expect them to do that! Sorry! Please don’t fire us!”

    • Shmeek

      Yeah, considering Freedom (Shaw) and Public (Telus) both pulled their promos so fast, it’s almost like they had a back door line to one another.

      “Eh, come on! We get the drift! We just want to be like Chatr now anyway, don’t go after our valued Telus customers like that.”

      Ah, the mobile phone racket of Canada.

    • somebody else

      Nope, there’s no back door agreements. This is REAL competition and how it works. Telus panicked. Freedom roared! hahaha.

  • MathewSullivan

    This is so funny, I actually just ended a 4yr long relationship with Wind and switched to Koodo TODAY. Same data, just 7x the speed and coverage. I wouldn’t have made the move if I wasn’t getting 50% off though.

    • Does this look unsure to you?

      Am I reading this right? Koodo is matching your 10gb plan at $35/month?

    • dirtyKIMCHI

      No, he has a grandfathered $35 WIND 10GB 3G plan, that is now his GF’s on Freedom.

      No Koodo matching anything.

    • somebody else

      Telus never matches anything. Nor does bell or rogers. (including rogers subsidaries fido, chat-r, bell’s called virgin and telus’s koodo, public).

    • MathewSullivan

      No, I’m paying $52 with Koodo.

    • somebody else

      Good thing you kept the plan. A treasure like that is something to cherish.

  • Yet again the maritimes get screwed over ..

    • Techguru86

      Freedom isn’t even in the maritimes

    • Does this look unsure to you?

      That’s kind of what screws them over. They have less choice.

    • deltatux

      Don’t they have Eastlink in the Maritimes?

  • ealeksandroff

    People are forgetting that the reception and online coverage from Fridom Mobile are not the same things…. How about roaming with their home LTE zone? How about making calls from the second floor because you don’t have signal on the first floor…. It’s not all that simple… Plus Freedom Mobile don’t care about current customers – they simply don’t care… I would say if you have a nice plan from Kodoo – don’t switch to Freedom Mobile…. Wait and see… It is just the beginning…

    • Does this look unsure to you?

      if you have a nice plan from Kodoo

      I have a garbage plan from Koodo and I’m willing to take the plunge. I’m starving for data and I want Koodo/Telus to know they’re current offerings are unacceptable.

    • Brandon Arneson

      That’s why I switched to virgin mobile on Monday. I get 10gb of data and 100% reliable service everywhere including inside all buildings where freedom sucks for $105.44 and I brought my phone over from freedom that I’ve had since may.

    • Dragan Čelan

      $105.44

      Wow what a steal!

    • Brandon Arneson

      its cheaper than what Koodo charges for 10GB which is $130 and then bell and telus charge closer to $200 for it

    • somebody else

      It’s going to hike soon. It happened to a neighbour on virgin (bell).

    • Brandon Arneson

      Virgin mobile told me that as long as I stay on my plan they can’t change it on me. I already asked about that.

    • somebody else

      Well, you’ll find out anything if they do. Just because they say they won’t do it, doesn’t mean they never will.

    • MathewSullivan

      Koodo is $105, they only charge $130 about 30% of the time lol.

    • Brandon Arneson

      Really? Then they need to update their website. It says $130 for Alberta whether you bring your own phone or not.

    • MathewSullivan

      Oh idk, I’m in ON so its at $105 here. I would suggest going into The Mobile shop in your city, they will know when the 105 deal comes on.

    • somebody else

      Aye just because your home won’t allow signal inside on the first floor, doesn’t mean it’s the same for everyone else. I’m a sworn customer who stuck around and will be for the long haul. Thick and thin, yes. They do care about customers, whenever I and many I know had issues, they were resolved. Mostly device-related. Us techies help people before they go through the CSR’s (they’re human, like all of us, and have feelings too. They deal with ALLOT of crap from others.).

  • We used Freedom Mobile but it didn’t work well downtown Toronto due to slow data speeds. We switched to another provider.

    • dirtyKIMCHI

      Their LTE network is not slow; it just requires a newer Band 66 Compliant device in Toronto.

    • Ah, very interesting! I always had issues downtown core when I was around large buildings or along the underground PATH.

    • dirtyKIMCHI

      Around large buildings is hit or miss, but have not noticed too many issues on the PATH more recently. Mind you, not staring at the device the whole time to confirm that there are no dead zones.

    • somebody else

      I never stare at my device all day. LOL.

    • Matt Welke

      Do you know if the ZenFone 3 counts for this? Performance on Public’s LTE is nice, 20-50 mbps depending on the area. This offer looks nice, but I wouldn’t want to have bad speeds.

    • dirtyKIMCHI

      Depending on where you live, the ZenFone 3 has these bands for 3G & LTE:

      3G: WCDMA: Band: 1/2/4/5/8
      4G: FDD: Band: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/17/28

      So if you are in Ottawa (& soon, Kingston & Peterborough), you have Band 4 LTE now, but you won’t get Band 7 LTE (Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto & Vancouver) until Freedom deploys the recently acquired spectrum.

      It unfortunately does not support Band 13 (for the future expansion) & moreover, Band 66 (for the current LTE outside of Eastern Ontario).

    • somebody else

      You didn’t have a band 66 device that is why.

  • motogp 34

    Since they switched to the LTE network, thier service has sucked…

    • somebody else

      They didn’t “switch” to the LTE network, because I have HSPA+ high-speed data (variable) and voice still in AWS 1700, 2100. They added new spectrum and a new LTE band.

  • Moe

    Live just outside To and NO LTE

    • somebody else

      it’s not available everywhere. Check the coverage map.

  • Johnny wishbone

    Why does Saskatchewan always get the shaft.

    • Cam McArthur

      because you already have good prices

    • WearySky

      Seriously. 10GB Share Everything plan on Rogers is $65 a month for BYOD in SK (with a 2GB bonus right now too)… Same plan in Ontario costs *$130* per month. So boo frikkin’ hoo if you don’t get a 10GB/$40 offer on Freedom’s garbage network.

    • somebody else

      The network isn’t garbage at all. It’s a shame you think about it that way.

    • MathewSullivan

      Having been a Wind/Freedom customer for the last 4 years, I can confirm thathat their network is indeed garbage. Funny thing is, before switching to Koodo, I thought my average 700kb-1MB/s download speed was fast… Koodo/Telus LTE+ puts it to shame. I had no idea what I was missing out on..

      And the coverage.. Oh my god the coverage. I forgot what it was like to not worry about dropped signal.

    • somebody else

      It’s different in your neighbourhood or home than it is where I live or in the neighbourhood I reside in. Data speeds always vary, try doing a speed test during peak times on telus’s network. Not as fast as you might think, compared to when there’s no big blitz of data activity (concert, sporting event, street festivals, new year’s eve/day, canada day, victoria day. etc). The friends I have who aren’t with freedom mobile, had problems making calls (texts weren’t so bad), AND data (latency especially) wasn’t up to par. Maybe they fixed things.

      Bloor West Village, St. Clair and Runnymede, Rockcliffe-smyth, Symes-Woolner, Jane and sheppard, jane and finch, danforth, etc. It’s different if you reside in an apartment, because face it: They aren’t perfect in terms of signal penetration. Even the three big carriers have issues around those.

    • WearySky

      Yes, it really is. Might be better for folks that live outside the GTA, but for folks in the GTA? It’s a joke compared to every other carrier.

    • somebody else

      I have biked most of the GTA. Didn’t have a problem, not a dropped call. Then again, I don’t mount my device on the handlebars or text/game/use data/stream while riding. Seen many disasters from that as a result. Voice calls via wired headset were fine.

  • John W

    The problem with 10gb on your home network is that I don’t need it at home or work… I have wifi at both… It’s when I’m travelling that I’m actually using a bunch of data.

    • somebody else

      Per the US roaming and Go South addons, it’s 2,400 (48 hours) of talk, unlimited text and 1GB of high-speed data. There’s no way the larger carriers OR the american ones will allow more than a gigabyte due to “putting a strain on their network” or “ruining it for their customers” or some other excuse.

  • Walter

    Rose I’d marry simply because you said clapped back lol.

  • Samano

    Better deal will come boxing days

  • vn33

    Question … For the phones which does not properly support the Freedom Mobile Band 66, can it later be compateble with a firmware/software update?

    • Patrick Cuyegkeng

      Generally no, since the radio itself might not be capable of accessing that frequency. That said, it could be possible, but no manufacturer has done such a software update to make an existing phone compatible.

    • somebody else

      Rooting is a chance you can take, but that never guarantees it will even make it become compatible.

  • *compares the two prices*

    Welp. That’s one way to shoot competitors out of the sky. Glad there is some competition coming out of this feud.

  • Kajan N

    I called freedom mobile just right now..I’m an existing customer by the way…and I said public mobile is offering me this $40 plan with 10gb of data and they transferred me to loyalty and gave me the plan. Happy freedom mobile customer ????

    • Kajan N

      By the way it’s 10GB LTE data!

    • somebody else

      Which kicks butt!

    • Paul

      I did sign up as a new customer yesterday and ported my number from Telus to take the advantage but my account still shows 4 gb. Can you please tell me if your online account shows 10 gb now. They told me it will change in 7 days but I am little worried

    • Kajan N

      When they changed my plan it showed asap for me…since your a new customer it’ll show In a week for week sure

    • Paul

      Thanks. Does it show as 10 gb plan in my account or bonus 6 gb or something like that

    • Kajan N

      It says 10GB plan
      No bonus what so ever 🙂 meaning they can’t take it away from us..horray

  • somebody else

    I would imagine their call centers, stores and social media were overwhelmed when people started asking questions and porting in. xD

    More customers supporting more competition is what WE NEED!

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  • Raghav Aggarwal

    DON’T DO IT. It’s a scam. Extremely rude customer service. Was told that my phone (OnePlus5) was supported when I got the connection and was not able to use any service (Internet/call). Customer service said “Do your homework dude” when I asked for a refund next day. As a student, I would not recommend anyone to be fooled by the offers. Just get other carriers and avoid the harassment.