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Great question! Macao is included in the calls made to China and would count towards the 1000 minutes.
However I did a quick search and it would seem that the country code would be +853.
I hope this information is helpful.
I hear you, but the taxes are directly related to the location associated with the phone number you're using.
You know what though, I double checked on the plan for you, because what you're saying makes sense, and I have great news for you!
As long as you have a Quebec phone number, you can take a Quebec plan. You no longer need to have both a Quebec number and address as was necessary in the past.
You can change your plan at any time in My Account on Fido.ca under the Services tab.
Hope this helps!
Welcome the community @Jules3!
Although the pricing does not show on Fido.ca > My account. We do inform our customers of the data over usage rates when the plan change is made. Some plans also include a feature to inform you of the data over usage rates once you're close in going over. Data tracker ( if your plan is compatible with it ) also sends you a reminder by text when you reach 90% and 100% of your data bucket
As always the best way to track your usage is by checking the MyAccount App or Fido.ca > My account. Here's a great blog as well if you need help controlling your usage. Click here to view it. Hope this helps!
Welcome to the community @akshay21!
We actually have 2 blocks for roaming. The first one blocks all U.S. and international roaming but still give you access to our Extended network. The 2nd one blocks everything including the Extended network. As long you specified which one you wanted, we would add the correct one for you.
I have a Fido Pulse BYOP plan. What will it cost me per minute to phone to South Africa?
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Perhaps this screen capture will help:
Taken from here.
Hope this helps
As FidoPierre noted above, that functionality was removed by Google in the Android Lollipop update. Apparently, it was returned in Marshmallow. However, not all phone manufacturers added it to their stock versions of software. For example it wasn't included in Samsung's version of android. They later released an app to restore the quick panel setting in those phones: QuickPanel Restore. You can find find similar apps in the Google Play store. I downloaded one of them and was able to restore the mobile data quick panel switch on my S5!
One word of caution: I accidentally uninstalled it and it somehow got rid of my whole quick panel. I had to resort to a factory reset to restore the panel. I reinstalled the app and it seems to be working perfectly.
Hope this helps