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Compare the best mobile plans, prices & providers in Nova Scotia

Looking for the best cell phone plan in Nova Scotia? You’re at the right place. Have a look at all available cell phone plans in Nova Scotia below. Compare plans offered by different providers easily and check out available cell phone prices as well.

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General information

The main cities with the best phone coverage

Halifax, Cap-Breton, Comté de Kings, Comté de Colchester, Comté de Pictou, Comté de Cumberland, Lunenburg, Comté d'Annapolis, East Hants, Comté d'Inverness, Comté d'Antigonish, West Hants, Truro, Queens, Chester, Yarmouth, Comté de Richmond, Amherst, New Glasgow, Clare, Argyle, Digby, Bridgewater, Comté de Victoria, Barrington, Yarmouth, Kentville, Shelburne, Stellarton, Guysborough, Antigonish, Pictou, Westville, Wolfville, Windsor, Port Hawkesbury, Eskasoni 3, Trenton, Saint Mary's, Berwick, Lunenburg, Digby, Shelburne, Middleton, Stewiacke, Parrsboro, Hantsport, Oxford, Indian Brook 14

Tips to save money on your cell phone bill:

  • Research different plans before committing
  • Choose a plan that fits your needs and your use
  • Cut your landline phone line and cable TV
  • Don’t subscribe to an unlimited plan if you don’t need it
  • Reduce your cellular data usage by connecting to WiFi networks when available
  • Avoid overage charges by monitoring your usage limit
  • Purchase a travel package if you go on holiday outside the country
  • Use WhatsApp, Skype and other apps instead of using calls and SMS
  • Negotiate your plan with your provider

Tips to use your cell phone safely:

  • Protect your phone with a password
  • Don’t connect to unknown or suspicious public WiFi networks
  • Turn off bluetooth when you're not using it
  • Make backups of your data regularly
  • Use a protective cover for your device
  • Install an antivirus on your device as needed
  • Keep your phone and apps updated