Public Mobile Referral Code
(or $25, depending on active promos!)
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What they say about Public Mobile
Frequently Asked Questions!
Don’t call Fido (or your current service provider).
Get a new Public Mobile SIM card, and activate it.
When doing the activation, you’ll be asked if you want to:
A. have a new phone number.
B. Keep your old phone number, by transferring it from your current provider. Choose this option.
How long does it take for your phone number to be transfered?
Once you’ve activated your SIM, it could take anywhere from a few minutes, to a couple hours.
If it’s been 24 hours, there’s a problem.
eSIM is currently free (as of September 2023).
Regular price: $5
New activations only, for now.
PM says they’ll eventually allow existing customers to transfer to eSIM.
If you’re signing up for Public Mobile and need a referral code, use QEEXZ2 to get a $10 bill credit.
Sometimes, Public Mobile has promotions where it is $25.
This is new as of June 2023 !
Fastest online is Amazon ( usually 5$ ): https://amzn.to/3QU1ooY
Public Mobile also sells them online 10$ : https://public-mobile.myshopify.com/cart/add?id=5876039041
Or if you’re looking to buy in a store; https://publicmobile.ca/pick-up-SIM/
The regular price is $10.
However, Public Mobile has promotions, from time to time, where they sell it $5.
Because there is no call center, the savings are passed on to the customer.
Overall, Public Mobile offers some of the lowest rates because they are web-based and have no retail locations of their own.
We also like being able to manage the account online without having to wait on hold.
Public Mobile has great coverage in Canada!
They use the Telus / Bell network.
There are 3 speed tiers:
3G: Max 3 megabits/second
4G/LTE: Max 100 megabits/second
5G: Max 250 megabits/second
I recommend 4G/LTE for most people!
Public Mobile is simply awesome in that it becomes inexpensive!
These days, people pay roughly $55 monthly for a phone line with data. Well, that’s over 660 $ per year!
Public Mobile is way cheaper, for the same features!
- Earn up to 20 points by helping someone in the Public Mobile Community.
- Talk to your friends about PM and get $1/mo off for every friend you refer! Share your link with them: https://publicmobile.ca/plans?referral=QEEXZ2Let’s say you refer 20 friends, you get $20 off per month, every month! Awesome!
Sometimes! Public Mobile has a promotion where they increase the amount from $10 to $25, which is great!
We’ll be sure to let you know when that happens!
Fido’s program is only a one-time credit. They’ll give you $25 or so, and then that’s it!
Public Mobile’s program gives you recurring credits, which is a lot better, because you’ll still have the credits years later.
Also, with Fido’s program, you need to satisfy a bunch of conditions, making the program not interesting.
Generally, there are no promo codes for Public Mobile.
Instead, there are differently timed promotions, to which you sign up by submitting your email.
The only code that may be required is the friend referral code.
When new customers use the friend referral code during activation of new account, they receive $10 credit within 72 hours.
The referer will get ongoing $1 per month credit as long as new customer stays with PM.
Information about Public Mobile
People often ask me about Public Mobile and why I am with them. What are the advantages and the disadvantages? Advantages Reliability of Bell / Telus network (best coverage) No expensive overage fees. Once you’ve consumed your alloted data, it
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