What is the pay per use cost on long distance in Canada?

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What is the pay per use cost on long distance in Canada?
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hi Ken
I assuming you are using Wireless homephone and you are asking about long distance within Canada. If so, then it is free. The WHP has unlimited canada-wide minutes. https://www.koodomobile.com/phones/wireless-home-phone
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After the 1st 14 month as well?
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Yes. That is what they said.
If they have any plan to change in the future, they will have to notify you 30days before it.
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Thank you.
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CRTC mandates 30 days notice in any basic plan changes. Typically, older grandfathered plans are respected but can't be re-accessed once any change in plan has been instigated by the consumer (seasonal hold, etc.)
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Here are the long distance rates to other countries:
https://www.koodomobile.com/help/long-distance-calling
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Do you know the pay per use rates in Canada after the 1st 14 months?
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No. BUT theoretically since they are not disclosed at the signing of contract, you could argue that they should be carried forward from the original signing, as per CRTC. In any event, paying $5 per month for unlimited calling for the entire first year is less than most folks pay for one month's land-line. Enjoy the service for the initial period and then see what shakes out.
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