Here’s a check list for choosing a data and calls plan that fits your usage.

The first thing to consider is data use in an average month. That's a good starting point for choosing a plan that fits your usage. Other things to consider are also:

  • Do you use a lot of data streaming video content, such as Netflix or sports channels? If so, you may use more data than the average person.
  • Are you away from WIFI spots (e.g. at home/work or university) a lot? If so, you may use more data than the average person.
  • Do you make any international calls? If so, our $30 plans and above include unlimited international calls to 15 different countries.

We are flexible with our plans so if you're unsure, you can always choose a smaller plan to start with, add extra data if the monthly included data isn’t enough and then upgrade next month to a more suitable plan.

Also, please keep in mind that your unused data is yours to keep in your data bank for as long as you stay on your current plan or change to a bigger one. If you change your plan to a smaller one, your data bank will reset, and you will lose any of the data you had banked so far. From that point on, you can start banking any unused data again.

Just remember that if you are on our $10, $20, $40 or $50 data plans and change your plan to our new plans (launched on the 6th of July, 2020), you can no longer go back to your old plans however you will still be able to change your plan to one of the three new plans.

 If you need help choosing the right plan, we're here for you.

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