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Suppose you buy an expensive new smartphone at a low or free price and get a subsidy or "Bill" that has been paid back step by step for more than two years ".
Will your monthly fee drop when your bill is paid back?
It's natural to assume that your bill will drop after the commitment period.
However, once the device subsidy is paid, the wireless service provider does not ask for a reduction in your monthly fee.
According to the 2013 wireless code of conduct established by the Canadian telecom regulator, mobile phone contracts cannot exceed two years.
But after the end of the contract, you are not entitled to cancel the equipment subsidy from the bill --
The CRTC confirmed a decision in the 2017 wireless code review.
Consider three major telecom service providers: Rogers, Bell and Telus.
After the end of your tab contract, all three companies charge the same fee to continue with the same plan as before.
Free mobility is an exception, and Shaw Communications renamed the wireless provider after acquiring Wind Mobile, Canada's fourth-largest wireless company, in 2016.
Freedom has a fixed monthly bill amount that will reduce your bill in two years.
Koodo, a discount operator owned by Telus, has similar policies.
Here are the comments from the three wireless operators on their policies.
Rogers Zach Carrero: "We get our customers well informed before the term contract expires to remind them of a wide variety of options, including switching to the band-your-own-device plan (BYOD)
Or upgrade their equipment according to the new regular contract.
"If they don't select one of the options, the client's plan will last for a month --to-
Make sure their service is continuous.
Bell Nathan Gibson: "When customers are about to finish their term plan, we let them know about the special offers to upgrade their equipment and choose a new term plan.
Alternatively, they can also choose to activate their existing devices on the BYOD plan.
"Of course, we will not suspend the service at the end of the semester plan, so the customer can also choose to retain the existing rate plan.
"Donna Ramirez, Telus:" In the last three months of the contract, we took the initiative to communicate with all our customers, offers the opportunity to upgrade and transition affordable equipment to new plans that match or even better with our in-house plans
Marketing of new customers.
"Customers who want to keep their existing devices can choose from multiple devices --your-own-device (BYOD)
Plan and continue service within one monthto-month basis.
Most customers choose one of the options.
"We recently launched a project called" Bring It Back ", which provides new customers and repeat customers who want to know the latest smartphone with the ability to save in advance on new devices, if they agree to bring it back at the end of the contract.
"As a customer, you can't think that the equipment subsidy will fall off your bill in two years.
With the end of the contract, you can't ignore messages from wireless providers either.
There is pressure to upgrade to a novice opportunity.
The supplier will provide a mind
Numb for monthly billing rates and equipment discounts to push you to stay with them for another two years.
Try to resist the pitch before you check the BYOD option.
If your current phone fits your needs or you prefer to buy a phone that has nothing to do with the contract, this saves money.
The wireless code gives you the right to unlock your old phone from a mobile carrier and carry your number with you when you change your phone company.
You also have the right to purchase a new phone that is unlocked or unlocked after purchase.
If you don't sign up (
Or close to the end of it)
Whistler out is a company that helps customers compare and choose a telecom provider, he says, and then starts working on the BYOD program.
"In Canada, there is no cheaper way than to bring your own phone," it said . " And added that the BYOD plan is $5 to $10 a month cheaper than the plan to include subsidized mobile phones.
BYOD plans to operate once a monthto-
Not long monthsLong-term commitment.
So, you can get a promotion agreement (
Like last year's short
Stayed 10 GB for $60)
No cancellation fee is required.
My advice: Let's say the price will drop and don't leave your phone plan intact in two years.
The same fees will continue to be charged by major suppliers.
Upgrade your phone with the same carrier and be locked for two years, think twice.
Consider buying your own unlock device or bringing your existing device and your phone number to any other mobile carrier in Canada.
This ensures flexibility if you find better deals elsewhere.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca .
Suppose you buy an expensive new smartphone at a low or free price and get a subsidy or "Bill" that has been paid back step by step for more than two years ".
Will your monthly fee drop when your bill is paid back?
It's natural to assume that your bill will drop after the commitment period.
However, once the device subsidy is paid, the wireless service provider does not ask for a reduction in your monthly fee.
According to the 2013 wireless code of conduct established by the Canadian telecom regulator, mobile phone contracts cannot exceed two years.
But after the end of the contract, you are not entitled to cancel the equipment subsidy from the bill --
The CRTC confirmed a decision in the 2017 wireless code review.
Consider three major telecom service providers: Rogers, Bell and Telus.
After the end of your tab contract, all three companies charge the same fee to continue with the same plan as before.
Free mobility is an exception, and Shaw Communications renamed the wireless provider after acquiring Wind Mobile, Canada's fourth-largest wireless company, in 2016.
Freedom has a fixed monthly bill amount that will reduce your bill in two years.
Koodo, a discount operator owned by Telus, has similar policies.
Here are the comments from the three wireless operators on their policies.
Rogers Zach Carrero: "We get our customers well informed before the term contract expires to remind them of a wide variety of options, including switching to the band-your-own-device plan (BYOD)
Or upgrade their equipment according to the new regular contract.
"If they don't select one of the options, the client's plan will last for a month --to-
Make sure their service is continuous.
Bell Nathan Gibson: "When customers are about to finish their term plan, we let them know about the special offers to upgrade their equipment and choose a new term plan.
Alternatively, they can also choose to activate their existing devices on the BYOD plan.
"Of course, we will not suspend the service at the end of the semester plan, so the customer can also choose to retain the existing rate plan.
"Donna Ramirez, Telus:" In the last three months of the contract, we took the initiative to communicate with all our customers, offers the opportunity to upgrade and transition affordable equipment to new plans that match or even better with our in-house plans
Marketing of new customers.
"Customers who want to keep their existing devices can choose from multiple devices --your-own-device (BYOD)
Plan and continue service within one monthto-month basis.
Most customers choose one of the options.
"We recently launched a project called" Bring It Back ", which provides new customers and repeat customers who want to know the latest smartphone with the ability to save in advance on new devices, if they agree to bring it back at the end of the contract.
"As a customer, you can't think that the equipment subsidy will fall off your bill in two years.
With the end of the contract, you can't ignore messages from wireless providers either.
There is pressure to upgrade to a novice opportunity.
The supplier will provide a mind
Numb for monthly billing rates and equipment discounts to push you to stay with them for another two years.
Try to resist the pitch before you check the BYOD option.
If your current phone fits your needs or you prefer to buy a phone that has nothing to do with the contract, this saves money.
The wireless code gives you the right to unlock your old phone from a mobile carrier and carry your number with you when you change your phone company.
You also have the right to purchase a new phone that is unlocked or unlocked after purchase.
If you don't sign up (
Or close to the end of it)
Whistler out is a company that helps customers compare and choose a telecom provider, he says, and then starts working on the BYOD program.
"In Canada, there is no cheaper way than to bring your own phone," it said . " And added that the BYOD plan is $5 to $10 a month cheaper than the plan to include subsidized mobile phones.
BYOD plans to operate once a monthto-
Not long monthsLong-term commitment.
So, you can get a promotion agreement (
Like last year's short
Stayed 10 GB for $60)
No cancellation fee is required.
My advice: Let's say the price will drop and don't leave your phone plan intact in two years.
The same fees will continue to be charged by major suppliers.
Upgrade your phone with the same carrier and be locked for two years, think twice.
Consider buying your own unlock device or bringing your existing device and your phone number to any other mobile carrier in Canada.
This ensures flexibility if you find better deals elsewhere.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca .
Suppose you buy an expensive new smartphone at a low or free price and get a subsidy or "Bill" that has been paid back step by step for more than two years ".
Will your monthly fee drop when your bill is paid back?
It's natural to assume that your bill will drop after the commitment period.
However, once the device subsidy is paid, the wireless service provider does not ask for a reduction in your monthly fee.
According to the 2013 wireless code of conduct established by the Canadian telecom regulator, mobile phone contracts cannot exceed two years.
But after the end of the contract, you are not entitled to cancel the equipment subsidy from the bill --
The CRTC confirmed a decision in the 2017 wireless code review.
Consider three major telecom service providers: Rogers, Bell and Telus.
After the end of your tab contract, all three companies charge the same fee to continue with the same plan as before.
Free mobility is an exception, and Shaw Communications renamed the wireless provider after acquiring Wind Mobile, Canada's fourth-largest wireless company, in 2016.
Freedom has a fixed monthly bill amount that will reduce your bill in two years.
Koodo, a discount operator owned by Telus, has similar policies.
Here are the comments from the three wireless operators on their policies.
Rogers Zach Carrero: "We get our customers well informed before the term contract expires to remind them of a wide variety of options, including switching to the band-your-own-device plan (BYOD)
Or upgrade their equipment according to the new regular contract.
"If they don't select one of the options, the client's plan will last for a month --to-
Make sure their service is continuous.
Bell Nathan Gibson: "When customers are about to finish their term plan, we let them know about the special offers to upgrade their equipment and choose a new term plan.
Alternatively, they can also choose to activate their existing devices on the BYOD plan.
"Of course, we will not suspend the service at the end of the semester plan, so the customer can also choose to retain the existing rate plan.
"Donna Ramirez, Telus:" In the last three months of the contract, we took the initiative to communicate with all our customers, offers the opportunity to upgrade and transition affordable equipment to new plans that match or even better with our in-house plans
Marketing of new customers.
"Customers who want to keep their existing devices can choose from multiple devices --your-own-device (BYOD)
Plan and continue service within one monthto-month basis.
Most customers choose one of the options.
"We recently launched a project called" Bring It Back ", which provides new customers and repeat customers who want to know the latest smartphone with the ability to save in advance on new devices, if they agree to bring it back at the end of the contract.
"As a customer, you can't think that the equipment subsidy will fall off your bill in two years.
With the end of the contract, you can't ignore messages from wireless providers either.
There is pressure to upgrade to a novice opportunity.
The supplier will provide a mind
Numb for monthly billing rates and equipment discounts to push you to stay with them for another two years.
Try to resist the pitch before you check the BYOD option.
If your current phone fits your needs or you prefer to buy a phone that has nothing to do with the contract, this saves money.
The wireless code gives you the right to unlock your old phone from a mobile carrier and carry your number with you when you change your phone company.
You also have the right to purchase a new phone that is unlocked or unlocked after purchase.
If you don't sign up (
Or close to the end of it)
Whistler out is a company that helps customers compare and choose a telecom provider, he says, and then starts working on the BYOD program.
"In Canada, there is no cheaper way than to bring your own phone," it said . " And added that the BYOD plan is $5 to $10 a month cheaper than the plan to include subsidized mobile phones.
BYOD plans to operate once a monthto-
Not long monthsLong-term commitment.
So, you can get a promotion agreement (
Like last year's short
Stayed 10 GB for $60)
No cancellation fee is required.
My advice: Let's say the price will drop and don't leave your phone plan intact in two years.
The same fees will continue to be charged by major suppliers.
Upgrade your phone with the same carrier and be locked for two years, think twice.
Consider buying your own unlock device or bringing your existing device and your phone number to any other mobile carrier in Canada.
This ensures flexibility if you find better deals elsewhere.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca.
Alan Rothman is a columnist in Toronto covering consumer affairs.
Contact her by email: eroseman @ thestar. ca .
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