Any yearly plans?

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Do u have any yearly plans ?
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Baldevbhai Panchal

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Dennis, Mobile Master

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Nope.  All plans work monthly.

Is there something you are looking for that requires a yearly plan?
Like roll over data?
Prepaid is every 30 days but it may have some "yearly functions" that you might be interested in
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You could check out public mobile they have 3 month plans that you pay all 3 months at once which brings down the price of the plans. They run on the same network as Koodo / Telus / Bell so no worries about reception reliability if any of those work for you.
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Yearly plans wouldn't work for postpaid because it's a big liability to expect someone to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars for a service after the fact, let alone trying to calculate overages, changing your plan, Tab balance, etc.

For prepaid, imagine how expensive that would be to upfront that amount? Depending on what your needs are, it could be hundreds or thousands as well. People's cellular needs can change over time, so prepaying that far ahead would also cause headaches.
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Annual prepaid from Telus = $100; from 7-eleven = $25. For someone wanting a phone for emergency or safety reasons these low cost, long term plans can meet their needs.
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He is probably talking about yearly prepaid plans like some carriers offer, like dfbutt mentioned.
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Yes that's true, but it's severely limited in calling. In fact, I got a $100 1 year plan for 100 mins. on Rogers prepaid for my mom and she used it all up in a few months. It might still work for her; she was in the hospital for a while and used them up to call people so it did the job I guess.