It's one of the most important parts of getting the best cell phone plan.
Now, you can check your coverage across multiple networks in seconds. This is the only place on the internet where you can compare both carrier plans and networks in the one search. We match plans and carriers to your location, ensuring that you have personalized comparison results to get the right plan. Here's how we do it (below)
Coverage checking is simple and fast..
It takes just a few seconds for us to check all carriers at your location to find you the best plans for your usage needs. If a carrier can't provide coverage at your location, we'll remove that carrier from the results.
We'll quickly and easily bring you the best coverage options in your area for 17 carriers.
When comparing cell phone plans, it's so important to have a list of your "must-haves" at the ready. Price is one thing but as consumers, we're always going to be okay with paying for what we get. If we get all of our "must-haves", then forking over a few extra bucks is always okay. Coverage is a huge concern for so many cell phone costumers, so you're completely in the right to want to check and double check that you're receiving the best possible coverage.
In addition to comparing the coverage maps in Canada right here, be sure to read our guide on who we think has the best coverage. Another great guide is about how your phone affects your cell phone coverage. It's true! Your cell phone might actually affect the kind of coverage you get.
There's no doubt that the biggest coverage map is the most impressive to look at. Bell is a very strong coverage map competitor. However, if there are many parts of the country that you are never going to travel to, than that bigger coverage is irrelevant - it's the coverage in your area that counts - that's what we look up in our search engine, giving you personalized results.
Coverage in all corners of the country is irrelevant unless you are in all corners of the country. Carriers tend to build their networks where people are, which is the smart thing to do. So if a carrier claims 98% coverage in the Canada, it means that they cover 98% of the population based on where they live, not 98% of the land mass of Canada. It does sounds like a trick in the wording, but the reality is that the carriers need to put the most effort into where we spend most of our lives, not building towers in the middle of Wabakimi Park.
Ready to get started? Have we got you thinking about whether you are on the right plan? It's easy - find the perfect cell phone plan here
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