From April 11th onward, Fido customers living in Alberta, British Columbia, Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan will be able to choose from a new, better, and simpler assortment of plans.
In Ontario, Alberta, Atlantic Canada, and British Colombia: The company has done away with the Plus15 plan tier as well as the Plus35 plan tier. Moving forward, minimum device prices will be offered to consumers in Promo Plus25 plan tier.
In Manitoba and Saskatchewan: The company has opted to upgrade the local 100 mins talk and text plan to nation-wide calling. The company has also upgraded the 300 mins Pulse plan to 500 mins.
If you want to see all new plans the company is offering, we suggest you log on to its official website. Before you purchase a plan, it would be prudent to compare it with plans offered by other providers. This will help you purchase a plan that offers you the best value for your buck.
Roger Communication is the current owner of Fido Solutions, a popular cellular telephone service provider in Canada. Earlier Microcell Telecommunications was the owner. The parent company, Roger Communications, owns another similar brand called Roger Wireless. Nevertheless, Fido has remained mostly independent of its parent company and has its own network servers, retail chain, and call centers. Fido launched a GSM-based network in Canada before anyone.