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When you arrive in Canada, one of the first things that you’re going to need is a mobile phone plan. You’re going to need to access the Internet and have a way to stay connected as you find your way around a new city. You’ll also need a mobile phone to apply for jobs so that employers can contact you. After all, the first step in any hiring process is usually a telephone interview.

 

You’re going to need a mobile phone plan that you can afford

 

To get connected with friends, family, and potential employers, you’re going to need a mobile phone plan that is easy to activate and inexpensive. With Lucky Mobile, you can get access to a plan that suits your needs and budget, with standard features like voicemail, caller ID, call waiting and 3-way calling!

 


Learn more about Lucky Mobile:

A great option for newcomers who are looking for an affordable and reliable mobile provider. The best part is that you can bring your own phone or buy a new one. Plus, there’s no credit check, no long-term commitment and no data overage charges.

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What’s different about a mobile phone plan in Canada?

 

Many newcomers are surprised to learn that features like voicemail and caller ID are not included as standard. You’ll need to check with your provider whether these are included in your chosen mobile phone plan in Canada.

 

Long-distance

 

Canada is a big country, this means if you want to call outside your city, you may incur additional charges.

Ask which locations are included in your mobile phone plan. Is it limited to your locality, or is it Canada-wide? And if it’s limited, where is it limited to?

If you want to keep in touch with people back home, many mobile phone plans include international calling or texting in the cost, so you can keep in touch with home. If not, you may be able to get it included as a cheap add-on.

 

6 things you need to know about your mobile phone plan in Canada

  • Where can I call as part of my mobile phone plan?
  • Will I incur extra charges if I call outside of my local area, or use my phone in another city?
  • What will it cost to terminate your contract for your mobile phone plan in Canada?
  • Is caller ID and voicemail included?
  • Are there roaming fees?
  • What happens if my mobile phone is damaged?