All the Info on Canadian Prepaid Phones You'll Ever Need
If you're in the market for a pay as you go phone, it is important that you do not buy any phone or sign up for any plan until you've read our reviews on the Canadian based carriers you have in mind.
Do not purchase a phone until you've read our detailed review
We offer you up to date information about the most popular prepaid wireless companies in Canada...
who they are
how their phones work
what their Canadian plans include
our rating on the provider
what other consumers think of the provider
and much more
Our goal is to make sure that you're informed about your potential new prepaid provider, know the pros and cons of their services and are able to identify which provider will be the best option for you based on your specific cellular usage needs.
It looked like Chatr, the discount wireless brand recently created by Rogers, was ready for an imminent launch. In fact, on Friday Boy Genius Report saw pictures of the phones in stores, further confirming the target July 21 launch date. Over the weekend, however, the launch hit a snag. Mobile Syrup passes along a note which reveals the unexpected delay. The stores have the phones — those pictures were not forgeries — but they have been instructed to keep them in storage until further notice. That doesn’t sound good for the Chatr brand.
While we do not "sell" prepaid cellular phones or pay as you go services, we figure if you're interested in prepaid reviews, you're probably looking to purchase a phone and plan.
In an effort to be a one stop resource for our visitors, we have provided you with links to online merchants who, after our research, we felt offered you the best deals on the providers listed on the site - with the most reliable service. Additionally, you will find links on each provider review page that take you to the official corporate site of that provider.
We know there are numerous reasons people consider and move to prepaid cellular services... - some consumers like that they don't require a credit check or contracts - others don't want to commit to two year contracts when the pricing of contract Canadian cell phone plans are sometimes as expensive as their "by the minute" counterparts.
Whatever your particular reason, we hope you'll find the information and facts about the prepaid phone companies you're debating between here at Prepaid Reviews to make your decision one you'll be pleased with in the future.
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