More new plans have gone into effect today. This time it’s Fido with a $35 Unlimited Incoming plan and it’s available until December 31st. So you can compare it to the other discounted plans by Virgin and Koodo… here are the details: 150 Minutes, 6pm Evening and Weekend Calling (now a standard feature), Unlimited Incoming Minutes, Unlimited International Text and Call waiting, call conferencing and Caller Display.
T-Mobile's are relatively cheap ways to get unlimited voice and messaging, but not everyone is eager to pay for the accompanying data. The carrier is clearly aware of this, as it's launching a data-free $35 Unlimited Talk and Text prepaid plan on December 8th. It's a "limited-time" offer for thrifty customers who still want to chat as much as they like, the company to TmoNews. We'd argue that T-Mobile's $30 plan with unlimited data and 100 minutes of voice is ultimately the better deal, but the new rate could be appealing to basic phone owners and those who spend all their time on WiFi.
We got an email today from someone who noticed a new $35 Unlimited plan on the Straight Talk website and they took this screenshot and sent a link, In the * conditions it says Straight Talk 500MB of high speed then throttled, however the page wasn’t there when I checked, so I don’t know if this is a fact or a hoax.