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Wind Mobile

Wind Mobile Pay Your Way Top Up Bonus: Additional 50% Service Credit Between March 14-31

Wind Mobile Pay Your Way Top Up Bonus
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Here's a sweet promotion those of you on Wind Mobile's Pay As You Go service might want to take part in. Between March 14-31 you can get 50% additional service credit when you top up your account with more than $20. If you have to put some more money on your account, now's a good time to do it and get more for your money. Some terms and conditions do apply, however, and we've pointed out the more important ones below:

  • Top-ups less than $20 are not eligible for the promotion
  • In order to use your bonus your account must be in active status
  • If your account is suspended or disabled you will be unable to use your bonus
  • if any top up amount will lead the account to exceed the limit, the top up and/or bonus as applicable will not be applied

Full terms and conditions can be found here and we suggest reading it thoroughly to a) see if you're eligible for the plan and b) how to make best use of the $20+ you need to put on your account.

The promotion is live now but expires on March 31.

Thanks to Nexzen for sharing this one with us

Source: Nexzen via the Hot Deals Forum

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  • AVATAR
    • zeroskyline
    • Thanked. Topped up with double the amount for an extra month
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    • xmdkx4u2nv
    • Pay your way is not the same as prepaid...Dont make my mistake, they wont refund the money and you will end up with $150+ sitting on your account.

      Stupid Wind.
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    • zeroskyline
    • Didn't get the credit on my account. Called Wind and they said because I have a plan I'm not technically a PYW customer.

      I thought PYW meant you weren't on a tab?

      Oh well.

      Make sure you fall into the PYW category. I only spent $80 so it was no big deal.
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    • jigz787
    • I think most PYW users hardly use $ 10 credit per month.. I assume the service credit must be used in 30 days...
      If I were to pay $ 20 for pay your way, I would rather go with $ 20 unlimited plan or Mobilicity 50% off which will give $ 40 plan for $ 20.
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    • flameboy54
    • To clarify, PYW is essentially "pay as you go" correct? So I don't qualify being on prepaid + BTS plan.
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    • xmdkx4u2nv
    • To clarify, PYW is essentially "pay as you go" correct? So I don't qualify being on prepaid + BTS plan.

      Yes, pay your way is "pay as you go"...Old school fido top up card style.

      I just dropped $150 on my account, (only because it was the max top up) and I am on prepaid, so I did not get credit. Called them and they cant reverse it. So it will sit there for a few months.

      Doh, too good to be true= usually is.
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    • Nexzen
    • I think most PYW users hardly use $ 10 credit per month.. I assume the service credit must be used in 30 days...
      If I were to pay $ 20 for pay your way, I would rather go with $ 20 unlimited plan or Mobilicity 50% off which will give $ 40 plan for $ 20.
      It's not for 30 days, it's for the duration of your service life.
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    • Rogido
    • Is the Xperia Ion any good. It seems it should work on all carriers in Canada.
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    • Avenger
    • Is the Xperia Ion any good. It seems it should work on all carriers in Canada.
      While we are discussing unrelated matters, does anyone else think mortgage rates are going up?
  • AVATAR
    • Rogido
    • While we are discussing unrelated matters, does anyone else think mortgage rates are going up?
      Why is it unrelated, smartass? The OP also linked to phones on sale, of which the Ion is one.
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    • weirdear
    • Is the Xperia Ion any good. It seems it should work on all carriers in Canada.
      If buying off contract, might as well get the N4 from the play store.
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    • Nexzen
    • I think Pay Your Way might only be good for parents to keep in touch with their kids by unlimited incoming. At $100 a year, that's four hundred twenty-five-cent '90s phone booth calls a year. Don't think parents spent that kind of money on their kids back in the days.

      Pay Your Way isn't so good for anything else; not even for poor people, because they still need to make calls to get jobs. Twenty cents per minute? That's twelve dollars per hour. It might be useful for illegal activities and the occasional affair.

      Pay your way to take calls. Phone booth to make calls. Twenty cents per minute emergency calls.
      Well it depends on the individual's situation. A lot of students hardly use minutes anymore as it's mostly all text now. $100 for a year service life get $50 on top. Add $5 for unlimited texting to canada/US and you got yourself a plan with unlimited incoming talk/unlimited text to canada and US and use the rest of the available credits towards calls that you might make. Use WiFi where available for data. All that for $100 for the year.
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    • Rogido
    • Well it depends on the individual's situation. A lot of students hardly use minutes anymore as it's mostly all text now. $100 for a year service life get $50 on top. Add $5 for unlimited texting to canada/US and you got yourself a plan with unlimited incoming talk/unlimited text to canada and US and use the rest of the available credits towards calls that you might make. Use WiFi where available for data. All that for $100 for the year.
      ...plus, for people on PYW who had added the $5/50MB data addon before they axed it, that's an added bonus.
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    • redseed
    • Well it depends on the individual's situation. A lot of students hardly use minutes anymore as it's mostly all text now. $100 for a year service life get $50 on top. Add $5 for unlimited texting to canada/US and you got yourself a plan with unlimited incoming talk/unlimited text to canada and US and use the rest of the available credits towards calls that you might make. Use WiFi where available for data. All that for $100 for the year.
      Just in case you guys didn't know, you can maintain a PYW account for only $80 per year. A $40 top up will last you 6 months, so doing these twice annually will only cost you $80 per year. 20% cheaper, which is rather significant.
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    • mukhtar1982
    • I think Pay Your Way might only be good for parents to keep in touch with their kids by unlimited incoming. At $100 a year, that's four hundred twenty-five-cent '90s phone booth calls a year. Don't think parents spent that kind of money on their kids back in the days.

      Pay Your Way isn't so good for anything else; not even for poor people, because they still need to make calls to get jobs. Twenty cents per minute? That's twelve dollars per hour. It might be useful for illegal activities and the occasional affair.

      Pay your way to take calls. Phone booth to make calls. Twenty cents per minute emergency calls.
      You can lower down that 20c to 1c by coupling your outgoings through voip.ms easy callback. If i didn't required data, i would have taken this deal.
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    • bullocks
    • Problem is its hard to burn off all those credits unless u make a lot of calls. There add ons sucks. I was on $5 BlackBerry social which was great but now I need the $5 data add on and they got rid of it.
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    • Rogido
    • Just in case you guys didn't know, you can maintain a PYW account for only $80 per year. A $40 top up will last you 6 months, so doing these bi-annually will only cost you $80 per year. 20% cheaper, which is rather significant.
      Exactly. I've been doing that for almost 2 years now. $6.66 per month for a backup phone/line and cheap US voice and data roaming. Not too bad.
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    • mukhtar1982
    • So does anyone get the bonus?
      Only if you have a Pay your way line. You add $100, they give you 1 year service life and $50 bonus. You can then transfer the $100 to another PYW or prepaid line and use the $50 non transferable bonus for the whole year.
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    • Rogido
    • Wind should rethink their terminology. Pay Your Way, prepaid, Pay Before...kinda confusing.
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    • ibuddler
    • Wind should rethink their terminology. Pay Your Way, prepaid, Pay Before...kinda confusing.
      can't agree more. What is pay before then? What's the difference between pay your way and pay before? I tought pay before is pay your way = prepaid.
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    • trollant86
    • You can lower down that 20c to 1c by coupling your outgoings through voip.ms easy callback. If i didn't required data, i would have taken this deal.
      how does the feature work ? Can you use the credits from Wind Mobile for the easycallback?

      thks
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    • Nexzen
    • can't agree more. What is pay before then? What's the difference between pay your way and pay before? I tought pay before is pay your way = prepaid.
      Pay your way: choose the amount of mins you wish to spend on and texts you wanna send or data you wanna use.
      Pay before: Monthly plans but you pay before.
      Pay Ater: Monthly plans but you pay after.
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    • mukhtar1982
    • how does the feature work ? Can you use the credits from Wind Mobile for the easycallback?

      thks
      Its not a Wind feature. Its a voip company which requires unlimited incoming (which wind have) in order to work. No, you can't use Wind credit for the voip. However you can utilize Wind credit for $5 texting feature or $8 VM (you can get free VM from fongo).
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    • mukhtar1982
    • can't agree more. What is pay before then? What's the difference between pay your way and pay before? I tought pay before is pay your way = prepaid.
      Actually this is better. This way you can have no credit checks. No giving your credit card and still get the same plans enjoyed by the postpaid customers.

      No one does this from the Big3 or their flanker brands.


      Biggest advantage: There are no surprise roaming bills. You put in money. You use their services.

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