Does Fido still have retention dept to take care long time customer?
For the past few years, I have had trouble getting the services I needed when it comes to plan pricing.
It has been very competitive in the last few years, whenever one company gets a new lower price plan, others will always followed.
Last year, when I called Fido retention, asked if they will match a Wind Mobile plan, the anser is no because its competitor is Koodo and Virgin Mobile, Wind Mobile doesn't have good coverage.
In just 6 month from my last call, Koodo just rolled out a new promotional plan which Fido and Virgin Mobile also rolled out, all other carriers included voice mail but Fido doesn't because the customer service I talked to said the Spotify premium is included.
I told them there is apps that can do the same for free and I don't need spotify at all, but was told SOL, it's not an option, So it's either get it or don't.
And I also got another lower usage phone, and asked about other retention plan to match, similar to Koodo, now the customer service said, Koodo is not their competitor, so can't match????
I was like, you guys said differently before, but the CS said, it was before, it's now, and they don't match??
I was really choked at the anser and simply hung up,
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we do have a customer relations department taking care of looking into available promotions for long times customers. We certainly don't want our customers to feel like hanging up during a call with the customer service.
I would like to look at your options. I'm contacting you now by Private Message so that we can verify your account together
I wish we could offer you those options separetely, but it would probably cost more than what you are currently paying.
A grandfatered plan is usually less expensive than what we offer today (that's why you keep it right?).
You have that privilege of keeping a plan that is not part of our updated pricing. The changes we can do to those type of plans are really limited.
Regarding the canada wide feature, I'm not sure to understand what you mean on your second sentence, could you clarify?
I’ve been using Fido for over 10 years ever since my first cell phone (the first 5 under my mom’s name) so I consider myself a pretty loyal customer, but I am totally frustrated with this company.
The latest of which is the fact that I just checked into my account to find that the Fido Dollars program is gone and I’ve just lost nearly $400 worth of Fido dollars I’ve collected over the past few years.
I received lots of notifications via text from Fido about my internet usage and roaming promos but absolutely nothing regarding to the July 6th deadline to redeem them. Of course from a business standpoint it makes total sense since redeeming those takes away from revenues.
Looking at my $80 “Loyalty” plan with only 4GB of data and comparing it to other carriers with half the price and unlimited data, with the same features and benefits, and now 0 reward dollars, I’m not sure why I still use Fido.
After speaking with a rep for an hour the answer is basically a concrete "No, all those fido dollars are gone, sorry too bad, you can switch to another carrier if you like but we're not going to spend any effort trying to keep you as a customer. The plan you have is already the best we can offer and it's too bad you don't use Spotify or Vice since that's all anyone will get now."
... comparing it to other carriers with half the price and unlimited data, with the same features and benefits...
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You might want to verify the information. Most of those unlimited data plans are only offered on '3G' networks. Even if their parent company offers LTE, the unlimited plans usually do not have access to that network. Sometimes the same features and benefits are not actually the same. Additionally, you might consider reading any fine print. Many of the unlimited data plans throttle down speeds after a certain limit has been reached.
Perhaps you are not interested in LTE or you don't mind throttled speeds. Just don't get blinded because of unlimited data. Do your research. Only you can decide whether those plans suit your needs.
Hope this helps
I am trying to get ahold of a customer rep using the live chat but all I get is the spinner on the browser, I don't know if it is even connecting. I am currently on a grandfathered plan with $40 (450Mins/Unltd Text/600MB). I am looking for a minimum 1GB of data but all I see on the website is the $50 dollar plan which is more than what I am currently paying. Would someone be able to assist me?