Mobilicity was a low-cost cell phone company that launched in 2010. It was acquired by Rogers Wireless in 2016 and ceased operations. The carrier provided affordable cell phone service to Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa. Its assets and 150,000 customers migrated to Chatr, Rogers’ budget-friendly mobile provider.
Chatr, the New Mobilicity
Chatr offers customers access to cell phone use without the hidden fees, long term contracts, and credit checks. Every plan comes with call forwarding, group calling and call display.
Chatr offers four different types of plans:
- Nation-wide talk, text, and data
- Nation-wide talk and text
- Nation-wide data
- Province-wide talk
If there are any other features you need that are not included in the plan you want, you can opt for the services pay-per-use.
Chatr Coverage Map
Mobilicity’s cellular network was built running on Ericsson, a Swedish networking and telecommunications company. Its services covered Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa.
Today, Chatr runs on the Rogers’ Wireless network and covers most populated areas of Canada – including British Columbia, the Prairies, Southern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia.