Mobitown Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Data and Audio-Visual Enterprises Wireless, d/b/a Mobilicity, was a Canadian mobile virtual network operator owned by Rogers Communications. Its name was a portmanteau of the words "mobility" and "simplicity". Mobilicity was one of several new mobile network operators, along with Public Mobile (later acquired by Telus) and Wind Mobile (later acquired by Shaw Communications), which launched in Canada after a government initiative to encourage competition in the wireless sector.
An angry customer shares his opinion on Yelp, "Mobilicity is the worst! They have the worst signal when I travel to a blue mountain, my phone can not receive any signal. They scam the customer!!! When I apply for Mobilicity my plan was $28.25 and after 2 months they charge me $39.55 without giving me any notice. I call the customer service and they told me they can't do anything."