Yes I do - maybe that is the wrong term? I purchased an unlocked phone from Best Buy and Rogers will transfer my Sim card from my old phone to the new one since I still have a balance.
No.... I expect I'm the one using the wrong terminology ... I just wanted to understand what was going on .
To my way of thinking that would not be a hardware upgrade because Rogers is not supplying you with a phone . Migration makes more sense ... will Rogers charge you for changing the sim ?
Hi, Rogers won't be charging me for changing the sim card, assuming of course it is the right one for the new phone. My old one is an old flip phone. They also offered me 100 mb of data for $10 per month which I may start with or just use free wi-fi where available, which I understand can be risky. Really don't think I'll use enough to warrant spending mega bucks but that could change! As an aside I had thought of using the 711 service but I read customer reviews and they were mostly negative. Anyways Rogers is handy and staff has been very helpful.
They must really want to get people off the anytime plan ... if they are going to offer carrots like unlimited Canada wide and unlimited texting for $20 a month .... unfortunately we only need what we currently pay $7 a month for .... but it is a wonderful offer if you could use it .
I think I had mentioned earlier that all of the big three seemed to be getting away from the talk anytime type plans but it seems that Bell still has there's and it just seems to be Rogers and Telus seeming to insist on the monthly plan type system .
@Marg1That is exactly how I use my PayGo phone and have been renewing annually for $100 for many years. I can still top up with $100 on line when it comes to renewal time, but whenever I have a balance of well over $100, I call the PayGo number ad ask to renew using $100 from my balance instead.
I believe this is now a grandfathered plan and no longer available.