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    Member malcolm's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Idk really
    I just came off a contract with Rogers (who I hated) and traded to Bell (after much searching)..I now hate Bell.
    On the plus side I have argued my bill every month for the last 6 months and easily got lots of the extra charges far.

    Rogers (and their owned subsidiary Fido) has the advantage that they use GSM, so you can easily buy new unlocked handsets when yours breaks.

    If you can hold off, there's going to be a whole slew of new cell companies starting in November I think as the market gets opened up.

    I noticed I pay way more on my canadian plan than my US buddies (by about 30%) so it may be worth it to keep your US plan and tack on a Use in Canada option?? check it out

    good luck and if you need cdn questions answering ask away


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    Junior Member mklatte's Avatar
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    Aug 2008

    which is the best mobile phone network in Canada: fido, rogers or bell...

    ...for a contract plan?? in terms of prices and general services

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    Hi mklatte,
    For choosing your cell phone plan,Go to a phone shop in town, tell them what you want, they can advise.Before getting your cell phone service provider,Make sure your phone is unlocked and accept that carrier,If it's restricted by other network carrier means,You will need to unlock your phone.For unlocking you can approach your current network provider or else try to buy an unlocking service from any one of the online unlocking service provider like I hope it will be very useful to you.

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