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Anonymous
May 15, 2004 11:07:45 PM

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Ive finally decided to leave fido.....the company I work for has a sweet
deal with Bell and its too good to pass up.....
Anyways....what is the cheapest plan to change to so that I can keep both
phones while I tell my clients my new phone #......i know there's pay as you
go, but Ive heard of a $10 a mth plan....is this true......?

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Anonymous
May 16, 2004 1:38:05 PM

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On Sat, 15 May 2004 19:07:45 -0400, "MaRkiE ShOoTs" <marco@nospam.com>
wrote :

>Ive finally decided to leave fido.....the company I work for has a sweet
>deal with Bell and its too good to pass up.....
>Anyways....what is the cheapest plan to change to so that I can keep both
>phones while I tell my clients my new phone #......i know there's pay as you
>go, but Ive heard of a $10 a mth plan....is this true......?
>

Fido has an unpublished retention plan that is $10 a month. There is
no $6.95 network charge. As far as I know, the plan doesn't include
any minutes. I don't see how this is better than a Fidomatic account
wich will also cost you $10 a month and at least includes some
airtime.

Stephan Patterson
Anonymous
May 16, 2004 3:21:40 PM

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"Stephan Patterson" <stephan.patterson@videotron.ca> wrote in message
news:nhrea0p4iuplfhflejfjsmourqf8pp13ke@4ax.com...
> On Sat, 15 May 2004 19:07:45 -0400, "MaRkiE ShOoTs" <marco@nospam.com>
> wrote :
>
> >Ive finally decided to leave fido.....the company I work for has a sweet
> >deal with Bell and its too good to pass up.....
> >Anyways....what is the cheapest plan to change to so that I can keep both
> >phones while I tell my clients my new phone #......i know there's pay as
you
> >go, but Ive heard of a $10 a mth plan....is this true......?
> >
>
> Fido has an unpublished retention plan that is $10 a month. There is
> no $6.95 network charge. As far as I know, the plan doesn't include
> any minutes. I don't see how this is better than a Fidomatic account
> wich will also cost you $10 a month and at least includes some
> airtime.

Forwarding IIRC is included, 1000 minutes free, on prepaid you pay for
every minute of forwarding, VERY important for the person in question IMHO.
TTYL
Anonymous
May 16, 2004 7:17:38 PM

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On Sun, 16 May 2004 13:38:05 GMT, Stephan Patterson
<stephan.patterson@videotron.ca> wrote in
news:nhrea0p4iuplfhflejfjsmourqf8pp13ke@4ax.com:

> Fido has an unpublished retention plan that is $10 a month. There is
> no $6.95 network charge. As far as I know, the plan doesn't include
> any minutes. I don't see how this is better than a Fidomatic account
> wich will also cost you $10 a month and at least includes some
> airtime.

1000 free forwarded minutes.

U.S. roaming.

No watch and date checking to see if you need
to keep your account running.

These are just some advantages.
!