AT­TEN­TION SNOWBIRDS!

Seam­lessly use your phone in Canada or in the U.S.

ZOOMER Magazine - - STYLE -

As sum­mer turns to fall, Cana­dian Snowbirds be­gin plan­ning to go South for the win­ter. Whether it’s for a month or the whole sea­son, pre­par­ing for a trip to the U.S. is a rit­ual of ar­rang­ing health care cov­er­age, home se­cu­rity, travel in­sur­ance and mak­ing sure fi­nances are ac­counted for. These are all es­sen­tial to a trou­ble-free trip but one thing that’s easy to over­look is your cell phone plan. In the past, cross-bor­der cell phone cov­er­age could in­clude lo­cat­ing a U.S. cell phone com­pany, get­ting a U.S. plan as well as a tem­po­rary num­ber to use while away and pos­si­bly un­lock­ing your Cana­dian cell phone or hav­ing to buy a new whole cell phone. It was a has­sle… un­til now.

CANADA/U.S. PLANS

With Zoomer Wire­less’ new Canada/U.S. plans, your phone, rates, and num­ber are the same whether you are in the U.S. or in Canada. These plans are per­fect for Cana­dian Snowbirds who travel back and forth be­tween Canada and the U.S. Off to the U.S. for a month? For 3 months? You never have to worry about cross-bor­der calling costs, switch­ing plans, tem­po­rary num­bers or chang­ing SIM cards ever again.

HOW IT WORKS

Contact Zoomer Wire­less about the Canada/U.S. plans avail­able. Sim­ply se­lect the best plan for you to stay con­nected with your friends and fam­ily when you are in Canada or the U.S. You will not no­tice any change in ser­vice when you cross the bor­der as your Canada/U.S. plan works seam­lessly in both coun­tries.

BEN­E­FITS

• Seam­less cell phone ser­vice when you cross the bor­der from Canada to the U.S. and back again. • Your plan goes with you. No need to contact Zoomer Wire­less about your travel plans. • Use your ex­ist­ing cell phone and num­ber when trav­el­ling. • No need to un­lock your phone or switch SIM cards. • No ex­pen­sive roam­ing fees while you’re in the U.S. • Stay con­nected in­stantly with friends and fam­ily at all times in ei­ther coun­try.

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