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change from 45 original plan

is it a good idea to switch from the original 45 plan all inclusive to the new 35 without the service fee of 8.95 every month i will save about 23 bucks it looks like. i now pay about 78 every month just to have the phone plus voicemail and call display. do you know if the zone includes langley  willouby area?

 

 

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Re: change from 45 original plan

Hello west,

Welcome to the Technical Community!

Please note that the old City Fido plans have a bigger zone than the new one. However, the new ones can be used in all of the zones instead of only your local zone and also include unlimited text from Canada to anywhere. They are also cheaper and would not charge you for the system access fee and 911 fee.

If you were to get the new CityFido plan, you would be paying $35 for the plan and $10 for the voicemail, call display, name display and WhoCalled.

You will be able to find a map of the zones here:

http://www.fido.ca/web/page/portal/Fido/MonthlyPlans?forwardTo=monthlyPlans

Once on the page, on the right side of the page, select your zone and click on View details and coverage. Then, select the Zones tab.

I hope this helps Smiley
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Re: change from 45 original plan

Hello west,

Welcome to the Technical Community!

Please note that the old City Fido plans have a bigger zone than the new one. However, the new ones can be used in all of the zones instead of only your local zone and also include unlimited text from Canada to anywhere. They are also cheaper and would not charge you for the system access fee and 911 fee.

If you were to get the new CityFido plan, you would be paying $35 for the plan and $10 for the voicemail, call display, name display and WhoCalled.

You will be able to find a map of the zones here:

http://www.fido.ca/web/page/portal/Fido/MonthlyPlans?forwardTo=monthlyPlans

Once on the page, on the right side of the page, select your zone and click on View details and coverage. Then, select the Zones tab.

I hope this helps Smiley


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