SAVE on your CELL phone in CANADA! / 6 Tips for Finding a Cheap Plan and Phone.

Are you paying too much for your cell phone plan? In this video I share 6 tips to help you SAVE on your cell phone in Canada! Whether it’s mobile plans or providers, there are always ways to getting a cheap plan to suit your needs. How to “pay less” and so much more! 😊 If you’re new here, welcome to the channel and please hit the red subscribe button. Jenn Least is an adoptive mom of six from Canada and loves to chat about how LESS can actually mean MORE!
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  1. Tessa C. on July 25, 2021 at 9:04 pm

    You really don’t need data ☺️ we can get data for free almost everywhere! When I see how much they charge for data it makes me know I don’t need it!!!

  2. Ashioma Isu on July 25, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    Hey Jenn ! You got the best tips ever!

  3. Víctor Luna on July 25, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    Great video Jenn!!! Greetings!!!

  4. lpgoog on July 25, 2021 at 9:21 pm

    Good stuff Jen! Canadian cell phone oligopoly needs more people like us 😜🇨🇦👍🙏

  5. FaintMoey on July 25, 2021 at 9:21 pm

    Great tips

  6. Hannah Foster on July 25, 2021 at 9:22 pm

    Great tips Jenn! Have you ever heard of Public Mobile? My husband and I both have plans through them and they’ve been amazing! They have a $15/ month plan that gives you unlimited talk and text plus 250 MB of data. You also save an additional $2/ month if you set up auto-pay. So between my husband and I we pay less than $30 a month! The only "catch" is that you have to bring your own phone and everything is done online so there is no call center. It has never been a problem for us though, they are super fast to reply with their online chat! The company is actually owned by Telus and they use Telus networks so they have great coverage. Ok, I’ll leave it there because this is starting to sound like a sales pitch. Haha! Thanks for another great video!

  7. Kamal Dhillon on July 25, 2021 at 9:25 pm

  8. Andrew Drudge on July 25, 2021 at 9:27 pm

    Congrats on hitting 600 subscribers!!

  9. Fun house on July 25, 2021 at 9:28 pm

    My kids get a cell phone as a grade 8 graduation present. And that makes me a not cool mom as kids have phone now days at 8 or 9 years old. Their phone is also the base model $120. Cheapest one I get. I will also only 1 phone for them!! They break it – they pay for it.

    I also make my kids pay for most of their own phone bill. For grade 9 they have to pay $20 a month. Grade 10 they have to pay $25 a month. Grade 11 they pay $30 a month. (They get the basic koodo plan. $30 for text, unlimited calling after 5 and only 100mb of data that usually gets used up in 20minutes of scrolling). We have no wifi available for them either. (Crappy internet at home). They just learn to live without it.

    Another thing I make my kids do is they have to pay for their phone a year at a time. So every July they owe me a year worth of phone bill. I am not going to go after them every month looking for money. They need to plan and save.

    Also I make them sign a contact before they get a phone. With rules that are required to follow to keep your phone. (Attend school, no skipping, not getting in trouble, and no phone during school hours (and yes I check the phone bill for times their phone is used) they also have to turn in their phone every night at a set time (1 hour before bed). Their phone goes in my room for the night where I have a charging station for their phone. Once they get home they are not allowed on phone until chores is done. They also not allowed to be glued to their phone. They will be told to put it away if on too much.

    My oldest has been great. He did lose the right to take his phone to school for 4 months in grade 9 and 2 months in grade 10. But he just finished grade 11 and have had no issues with school and phone for over a year and half.

    Twin A – never wanted a cell phone. So that had worked out.

    Twin B – had his phone from July – October. Then he lost it and had not been able to turn his behaviour around so I disconnected his phone in January. Probably won’t be getting it back anytime soon.

    I know this wasn’t a kids and cell phone vlog. But some.of things I do regarding phones.

    I also asked my boss for a cell phone allowance. And she agreed and I now get $50 a month (my plan comes to $51 a month). I was only hoping to get $20 a month. But it never hurts to ask. To that is a great tip!!!

  10. Victoria Jerke on July 25, 2021 at 9:32 pm

    That’s so useful and smart! Good tips!

  11. Kamal Dhillon on July 25, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    Jenn how do you get $10 plan?
    What service provider are you.

  12. Kerri Sieg on July 25, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    Another great video.

  13. Canadian Vapor36 on July 25, 2021 at 9:45 pm

    Hey Jenn, have been watching for a bit, enjoy your suggestions. I use Public in Ontario or also there is Lucky. Anyways I pay $25/mth and get unlimited talk and text and 2gb data. Also pay as you go

  14. Subhadeep Bhowmick on July 25, 2021 at 9:49 pm

    Watching it after 11 months of publishing and found really rational suggestions.
    And you really maintain your phone properly. Appreciate it. Hope it is still there with you.

  15. Kamal Dhillon on July 25, 2021 at 9:51 pm

    Great tips

  16. XeЯo on July 25, 2021 at 9:54 pm

    A 9, 10, or 11 year old with a cellphone?! I didnt get a phone till I was a freshman in high school…and it wasnt even a smartphone! It was a slide-up full keyboard phone with a one inch screen!