What is the Simplified Payment option?
If you chose the Simplified Payment option when subscribing to one of our mobile plans for 24 months, the cost of your phone is divided into 24 interest-free monthly payments and you don’t have to pay a deposit. After 24 months, your phone will be fully paid, and only your mobile plan will be charged to you.
Am I eligible for the Simplified Payment option?
All Business Videotron Mobility customers are entitled to the Simplified Payment option. New customers can choose this option when they subscribe, and existing customers can sign up at the time of their agreement renewal.
If you have more than one mobile plan on your account, you can switch to the Simplified Payment option one plan at a time, without affecting your other plans.
If you are a Mobility customer and would like to take advantage of the Simplified Payment option before the end of your current agreement, you have to terminate your contract and start over with a new subscription.
Please note that subscribing to a new Mobile plan enabling you to sign up for the Simplified Payment option will terminate your current plan and associated promotions and discounts.
The Simplified Payment option on my invoice
The Simplified Payment option appears on your invoice in the following sections:
On the Simplified Payment option line, you can find the monthly payment amount for your mobile phone, taxes included.
Please note that your first invoice includes your first two billing cycles. The amount that appears on this invoice is the total of your first two monthly payments, taxes included.
Simplified Payment option
This section gives you the details of your mobile purchases and payments.
Find the description and date of your device purchase(s). Each phone is assigned an initial price, a discount on the purchase (if applicable) and a subtotal of the phone’s price after the discount. The carryover balance shows the total cost of the device, taxes included.
For each phone, see the deduction of your monthly payments from the total number of payments to be made, the payment amounts (taxes included) and the balance owing.
Note that the first 23 payments are identical, and that the 24th is slightly smaller due to the fact that the first 23 payments were rounded to the nearest cent.
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