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Cell Phones in Canada

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As seniors, we have somehow managed to stay out of the 21st century.

We talk and text some but no data. We haven't as yet reached the world of smart phones.

Now the problem. It appears Canada has switched systems over the past couple of years (since our last visit) so the phones we have that used to work in Canada (we are from the U.S.) no longer do.

Short of buying smart phones, etc, etc, is there a possibility of buying cheap phones, a phone card and limp along that way or some other way?

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