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Thread: Public Mobile SIM Card $5 Online for a Limited Time

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    For a limited time, Public Mobile has reduced the price by 50% to $5 if you order a SIM card online at publicmobile.ca (free shipping).

    The offer is also availabe at amazon.ca if you purchase from the seller "Public Mobile" (fullfilled by Amazon and Prime shipping eligible), but for free shipping if purchasing from Amazon, you will need to either purchase $35 worth of products products sold or fulfilled by Amazon.ca or be a Prime member.


    This offer is likely to encourage at-home online shopping instead of at retail lcoations. No expiry date has been stated, but the website does say "limited time".
    This thread is currently associated with: Amazon.ca & Amazon.com
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    My Public Mobile referral links for a $10 new customer account credit:

    For online activation, 2ELXYQ https://activate.publicmobile.ca/?raf=2ELXYQ

    For in-store activation, LX3OZR https://activate.publicmobile.ca/?raf=LX3OZR


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    As of this morning, SIM cards are back up to the regular price of $10.
    My Public Mobile referral links for a $10 new customer account credit:

    For online activation, 2ELXYQ https://activate.publicmobile.ca/?raf=2ELXYQ

    For in-store activation, LX3OZR https://activate.publicmobile.ca/?raf=LX3OZR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Droplet View Post
    still not worth.
    I love Public Mobile. I have been with them for over a year now, and have referred several people, thus lowing my monthly bill. People should be asking themselves 'am I paying too much for my cell service?' and then do research.

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