Lucky Mobile

Lucky Mobile

Cheap phone plans starting at $15 per month.

Plus, get a $20 Best Buy eGift card after two months on a new plan*. For a limited time only.

*Conditions apply. Offer subject to change without notice. Valid on new SIM card activations only. Your $20 Best Buy eGift card will be sent by Lucky Mobile after your second top-up in 2 continuous months (60 days) on the plan. For more details, visit luckymobile.ca/bestbuybonus.

How to get the Lucky Mobile deal

  1. Buy a Lucky Mobile SIM card below.
  2. Once you have the card, insert the SIM into your phone and activate it on luckymobile.ca.
  3. Once your SIM card has been active and topped up twice in two consecutive months (60 days), Lucky Mobile will send you a $20 Best Buy eGift card.

For more details on buying a Lucky Mobile SIM card at Best Buy, visit the luckymobile.ca/bestbuy page.

*Conditions apply. Offer subject to change without notice. Valid on new SIM card activations only. Your $20 Best Buy eGift card will be sent by Lucky Mobile after your second top-up in 2 continuous months (60 days) on the plan. For more details, visit luckymobile.ca/bestbuybonus.

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    Freeing your phone and saving money starts with a SIM card from Lucky Mobile Canada

    Launched in 2017, Lucky Mobile is a prepaid virtual mobile network provider. It offers Canadians a low-cost alternative to the big national cellular service providers. There is no credit check required, no long-term commitment, and there are no overage charges.

    All that’s needed for ultra-affordable calling, text messaging, and data is a mobile phone and a Lucky Mobile SIM card.

    What is Lucky Mobile and what kinds of SIM cards do they offer?

    Lucky Mobile is a low-cost, prepaid cellular services provider. A subsidiary of Bell Canada, it operates on the Bell Mobility network. That means low-cost unlimited calling and text messaging across Canada. Lucky Mobile customers also enjoy features such as voicemail, call display, call forwarding, and accessibility services. There are optional data add-ons (at 3G speeds), as well as U.S. and international calling options. All services are prepaid, so you never have to worry about receiving a surprise bill in the mail.

    You have the option of choosing to have an automatic monthly top-up of your account, or you can buy a Lucky Mobile top up card and manually add credit to your balance. If you use up your prepaid data limit you aren’t left in the lurch. Lucky Mobile will automatically text you a notification with a link so that you can easily order a Service Pass to top up. If you pay for the mobile data add-on and exceed your data allocation, you’ll still have access to low-speed (up to 128 Kbps) data so you can still send emails and log into your account.

    You can have Lucky Mobile activate a SIM card that is compatible with a wide range of feature phones and smartphones. These SIM cards are compatible with the standard, micro, and nano SIM formats.

    On the technical side, your phone must be compatible with LTE AWS (1700 MHz) or LTE 700 MHz bands, or UMTS/HSPA compatible on 850/1900 MHz bands. That information will be available in your phone’s user manual or online at the manufacturer’s website. However, it means that most iPhones and Android phones sold in the past decade in Canada will work, dating back to the iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy S2, and BlackBerry Q10.

    What kind of coverage does Lucky Mobile have?

    Because Lucky Mobile connects to the Bell Mobility network, you can count on best-in-class service and national coverage. Canada’s major urban areas are fully serviced and you’ll be able to use your phone virtually anywhere in the country where Canadians typically live or travel.

    In the event that you travel to a location in Canada that lacks cellular coverage, the Lucky Wi-Fi Talk & Text app lets you make voice calls and send texts over a Wi-Fi network.

    Advantages of buying a Lucky Mobile SIM card

    With Lucky Mobile, you pay less for the SIM card, less for the mobile services, and you have the ability to pick which adds-ons (if any) you want on a monthly basis. In addition, you can count on being able to use your phone across Canada, thanks to Lucky Mobile’s access to the Bell Mobility network.

    When you buy a Lucky Mobile SIM card, you get a new Lucky Mobile phone number. If you have an existing mobile phone number and would prefer to keep it, you can choose to port it to your Lucky Mobile account.

    Freeing your phone and saving money starts with a SIM card from Lucky Mobile Canada

    Launched in 2017, Lucky Mobile is a prepaid virtual mobile network provider. It offers Canadians a low-cost alternative to the big national cellular service providers. There is no credit check required, no long-term commitment, and there are no overage charges.

    All that’s needed for ultra-affordable calling, text messaging, and data is a mobile phone and a Lucky Mobile SIM card.

    What is Lucky Mobile and what kinds of SIM cards do they offer?

    Lucky Mobile is a low-cost, prepaid cellular services provider. A subsidiary of Bell Canada, it operates on the Bell Mobility network. That means low-cost unlimited calling and text messaging across Canada. Lucky Mobile customers also enjoy features such as voicemail, call display, call forwarding, and accessibility services. There are optional data add-ons (at 3G speeds), as well as U.S. and international calling options. All services are prepaid, so you never have to worry about receiving a surprise bill in the mail.

    You have the option of choosing to have an automatic monthly top-up of your account, or you can buy a Lucky Mobile top up card and manually add credit to your balance. If you use up your prepaid data limit you aren’t left in the lurch. Lucky Mobile will automatically text you a notification with a link so that you can easily order a Service Pass to top up. If you pay for the mobile data add-on and exceed your data allocation, you’ll still have access to low-speed (up to 128 Kbps) data so you can still send emails and log into your account.

    You can have Lucky Mobile activate a SIM card that is compatible with a wide range of feature phones and smartphones. These SIM cards are compatible with the standard, micro, and nano SIM formats.

    On the technical side, your phone must be compatible with LTE AWS (1700 MHz) or LTE 700 MHz bands, or UMTS/HSPA compatible on 850/1900 MHz bands. That information will be available in your phone’s user manual or online at the manufacturer’s website. However, it means that most iPhones and Android phones sold in the past decade in Canada will work, dating back to the iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy S2, and BlackBerry Q10.

    What kind of coverage does Lucky Mobile have?

    Because Lucky Mobile connects to the Bell Mobility network, you can count on best-in-class service and national coverage. Canada’s major urban areas are fully serviced and you’ll be able to use your phone virtually anywhere in the country where Canadians typically live or travel.

    In the event that you travel to a location in Canada that lacks cellular coverage, the Lucky Wi-Fi Talk & Text app lets you make voice calls and send texts over a Wi-Fi network.

    Advantages of buying a Lucky Mobile SIM card

    With Lucky Mobile, you pay less for the SIM card, less for the mobile services, and you have the ability to pick which adds-ons (if any) you want on a monthly basis. In addition, you can count on being able to use your phone across Canada, thanks to Lucky Mobile’s access to the Bell Mobility network.

    When you buy a Lucky Mobile SIM card, you get a new Lucky Mobile phone number. If you have an existing mobile phone number and would prefer to keep it, you can choose to port it to your Lucky Mobile account.