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On the main page (fido.ca), click on Shop, then Plans. Click on "Bring Your Own Phone" just to make sure we are all in the same place.
Under Mobile Plans >every plan< except the SMALL one, including the most expensive (XXL, $115 a month!!) says it has "Unlimited Canada min" but when you go under details, it says
UNLIMITED evenings and weekends from 5 pm, on the 500 Canada-wide minute plan.
So you are limited to 500 minutes a month if the call is not in the evenings or on the weekends?
What does "unlimited" mean? (It means NO LIMITS!!)
I can't think back how many years back this kind of plan was common.
Reminds me when I started on the internet around 1991, if you went over certain limits at the BBS where I used to log in, you would have been charged by additional KILObytes...
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The Unlimited evenings and weekends is applicable for the plans which only include a limited number if minutes (ie 500 Canada-wide minutes). If you had one of those plans, you would have the 500 anytime Canada-wide minutes in addition to unlimited evenings and weekends.
On the other hand, if you have a plan with Unlimited Canada-wide minutes, the evening and weekend minutes are already included. They simply neglected to remove that statement from the details section on some of the plans which have Unlimited Canada-wide minutes.
Hope this helps 😀