Petro-Canada Mobility

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Petro-Canada Mobility
Industry Mobile virtual network operator
Founded 2006
Parent Petro-Canada

Petro-Canada Mobility is a Canadian mobile virtual network operator created in late 2006 by gasoline firm Petro-Canada as a competitor to other store based MVNOs like PC Mobile. Petro-Canada Mobility operates on the GSM network of Rogers Wireless.

Pre-paid plans are offered, with calls in the coverage area at a rate of 25c/minute. Incoming text messages are free while outgoing cost from 10c/msg up to 35c/msg. Online refill became available starting March 3, 2009. 100 Megabytes of On-Device mobile browsing is also available at $10/month, as of summer 2013 (though it used to be unlimited with fair usage).

Starting June 2010, Petro-Canada Mobility started offering monthly service plans targeted to teenagers and young adults.

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