Offers subject to change without notice.
± A monthly 75¢ 9-1-1 Emergency Access Fee (non-government fee) applies. Certain provinces may charge an additional 9-1-1 government fee as follows: 62¢ in Saskatchewan, 40¢ in Québec, 43¢ in Nova Scotia, 53¢ in New Brunswick, 70¢ in Prince Edward Island, in Alberta, and 75¢ in Newfoundland and Labrador (effective January 1, 2015). No airtime charges apply to calls made to 9-1-1 from your Fido phone. Visit fido.ca/911 for more details.
2. Sent from Canada on the Fido network. Sent/received premium texts (alerts, messages related to content and promotions) and texts sent while roaming not included and charged at applicable rates.
3. Available in the following areas: Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, London, Toronto, Ottawa/Gatineau, Montréal
and Québec City. Local airtime minutes within your zone only; airtime used for calls made & received outside your zone costs 40¢/min.
4. Long distance charges of 40¢/min may apply and are determined based on local calling area, not your zone; fido.ca/callingareas.
Applies to all prepaid plans and rates: Prepaid airtime is billed by the minute and is applicable to local calls only (excludes calls made through Call Forwarding, Video Calling or similar services). Airtime and long distance charges may apply for some services. A partial day counts as an entire day with fixed per-day rates. $10, $20 and $30 vouchers provide access to the network for up to 30 days from date added to the account; $50 vouchers for up to 60 days; $100 vouchers for up to 365 days.
If you don’t refill your account before the balance expiry date, any remaining balance in your account will expire and be lost. You’ll no longer be able to use your phone except for emergency 911 calls. However, you can restore your expired balance if you refill within 7 days of the expiry date.
Subject to Fido Terms and Conditions & Acceptable Use Policy; fido.ca/terms.