Google Project Fi Review

A few of my friends have picked up Project Fi, a wireless plan offered by Google. This is an innovative service because you can switch between US Cellular, T-Mobile, and Sprint networks in America. Pricing is also very reasonable. There’s only one plan, starting at $20 per month. The plan requires a minimum of 1GB of data, with…

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Copa now Bookable With Aeroplan!

Previously, Swiss, Air China, Copa, and Avianca weren’t bookable with Aeroplan, who claimed it was a technical issue. Many people thought it was just too much of a coincidence, because all other Star Alliance miles like United were able to book these carriers. With collecting Aeroplan, I recommend getting American Express charge cards given the upcoming…

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Calling the Right Number

When booking your travel, there’s always a lot of calling involved. Sadly, while I wish as badly as you do that everything could be done online, it can’t. Everyone hates being on hold. There are two ways to go about this. A lot of companies have international numbers, some of which have much shorter waits than…

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Aeroplan now shows Star Partner Locators Online!

Aeroplan has been making great strides to improve their online experience recently. This might be related to the upcoming Aeroplan/Aimia split, but good news is good news.  For more details, see my post on whether I’ll still be collecting Aeroplan miles and my thoughts on the impending breakup. As for earning Aeroplan miles, I recommend American Express. This…

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