The Telus website still shows US Easy Roam at $ 7 per day.
Another price increase comes from Canada's wireless operators, with the latest from Telus.
The company will appreciate its American Easy Roam feature, while overhauling its vacation interrupt function, known as "VAD", according to internal documents, reports MobileSyrup .
US Easy Roam jumps to $ 8 a day
The US Easy Roam feature allows Telus customers to use their existing plan while roaming south, currently costing $ 7 per day. This jumps to $ 8 a day, or a 1
International Easy Roam stays at $ 12 per day and a maximum of $ 180 per month.
Telus flanker brand Koodo increased its US roaming option to $ 8 per day last August. Bell and Virgin increased their US dollar roaming options to $ 8 a day in October, October.
Only Rogers and Fido remain at $ 7 a day for their US roaming option, but you can bet that it will increase soon to match their other rivals.
If you're heading to the United States, it's better to buy a local SIM card if you stay longer than one or two days. Or, for those with the iPhone XS, XS Max or XR, use your eSIM and use a service like GigSky to subscribe to a data-only plan straight from your phone (use code GNGM100 for $ 5 free credit ).
Vacation Connection Will Be Eliminated for Contract Customers
Telus Vacation Break (VAD) allows a customer to suspend the service by paying a lower price than their monthly plan. This feature is popular students who travel and "snowbirds" go south for the winter, for months.
Telus says that two major changes come to VAD:
- Contract customers will not be able to use VAD from June 1, 3; was $ 30 / month
- Other VAD users who normally pay $ 10 will see the price jump to $ 30 / month, an increase of 300%, starting June 13
The Telus website currently describes those who Having contract with the holiday suspension function, can use it for up to six months, at the cost of $ 30 per month. Your contract is only the extended number of months you spend on holiday. The new policy means that contract staff can't use the feature altogether, while other users face the new $ 30 higher monthly fee.
These price increases come as summer holiday heads, which are likely times when customers either want to suspend the service or go around in the United States