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Thread: Anyone have experience with Zoomer Wireless?

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    I'm looking for a new mobile phone and service, and have seen a Zoomer deal (phone plus plan) talked about elsewhere that looks like a good fit for my needs and budget. I've had the same phone and plan for over 5 years now without looking to change, so I'm unfamiliar with Zoomer and am wondering if anyone either deals or has dealt with them, and if so, what your opinion is of them and what things if any I should be aware or wary of.

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    They are owned by rogers and operate on rogers network. I have been with them for almost an year now. Very good service

    They have a promo running right now - $36/mo for talk/text and 2GB LTE data. Includes a free LG G4 also. You can sell that phone for $150-200 or keep it.
    They also have referral credits if you decide to sign up.

    any specific questions, feel free to ask or pm
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    Thanks for the replies. After getting positive feedback, mostly elsewhere, I've been with Zoomer since last month. No complaints whatsoever.

    I took the $36 a month plan with 400 minutes (can upgrade to unlimited after 6 months at no charge) and 2 GB of data, both of which are more than ample for my usage, and including an LG G4 phone on a 2-year term. This model is a couple of years old, but again, it more than meets my needs. My monthly cost is basically unchanged from what I was paying on an old Rogers plan with no data, so in essence, the Zoomer plan has given me two notable no-cost upgrades immediately, data and the phone, with unlimited minutes to come in a few more months. And Zoomer uses the Rogers network, so no change in that regard.
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    Nope, have just the same question
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    I want to know ,too.

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    Zoomer is really just Rogers priced lower. It should be fine for most people.

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    I am also looking for such solutions! Maybe the Zoomer wireless would be the best. Most of the users are recommending this one.

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    Have been using Zoomer Wireless for a couple of months. No complaints to this time. Good service.

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