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[Koodo] Certified Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S10 - $0 Tab Med/ $120 Tab Small = $360

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[Koodo] Certified Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S10 - $0 Tab Med/ $120 Tab Small = $360

Koodo pre-owned phones come like new, in a generic box, no headphones.

Certified Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy S10
$0 Upfront + $15/m for 2 years on medium tab = $360
$120 Upfront + $10/m for 2 years on small tab = $360

*If you cancel or upgrade during the 2 years period, you will be required to pay the remaining tab balance + phone credit associated with the phone.
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Phone credit is $375 so forget about buy and cancel.
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It's honestly not a terrible deal, but everyone's got to check their plan. Apparently starting mid February it's mandatory now to switch to an in market plan to perform an upgrade
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...are you expecting for Koodo to let you do THAT in the foreseeble future?Confused Face
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Darkstar1987 wrote: It's honestly not a terrible deal, but everyone's got to check their plan. Apparently starting mid February it's mandatory now to switch to an in market plan to perform an upgrade
Thanks for sharing.
No wonder everytime I try and upgrade phone it wants me to switch plans. Now I know why.
Koodo's really changed........for worse. Smiling Face With Horns
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Darkstar1987 wrote: It's honestly not a terrible deal, but everyone's got to check their plan. Apparently starting mid February it's mandatory now to switch to an in market plan to perform an upgrade
Really??? So they try to kick people off lkkey plan $40/8GB, to get hardware upgrade.
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Darkstar1987 wrote: It's honestly not a terrible deal, but everyone's got to check their plan. Apparently starting mid February it's mandatory now to switch to an in market plan to perform an upgrade
Wow are you serious?

C'mon Koodo.
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There is slight loophole on the requirement of selecting a new plan when upgrading.

1. Add a phone to cart.
2. It asks you to select a new plan. Go to Select Plan. Now a list of your plan at the top and existing plans pop up. Do not select anything.
3. Go to Home screen by selecting Shop>Phones.
4. Select your cart at the top of the page. Now it should allow you to get the phone with your current plan.
5. Pay tab balance (and phone credit if applicable) and checkout.
Koodo $40 10GB!
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Darkstar1987 wrote: It's honestly not a terrible deal, but everyone's got to check their plan. Apparently starting mid February it's mandatory now to switch to an in market plan to perform an upgrade
Well in that case it’s a terrible deal lol. They can pry my 40/6 plan from my cold, dead hands. I certainly won’t be signing any contracts for the foreseeable future.
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Webhead wrote: Thanks for sharing.
No wonder everytime I try and upgrade phone it wants me to switch plans. Now I know why.
Koodo's really changed........for worse. Smiling Face With Horns
I don't know if it is a glitch. I ran into the same as you did. Instead of choosing a new plan, I clicked "My cart" Icon again and it bypassed the choose your plan page. I was able to checkout and keep my current plan.
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ya so it looks like they force you to take an in market plan now. Good thing i just got an upgrade in December. Got a cheap iphone xr and sold it. If i upgrade now it won't/can't be from koodo.

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NervousTeenager wrote: I don't know if it is a glitch. I ran into the same as you did. Instead of choosing a new plan, I clicked "My cart" Icon again and it bypassed the choose your plan page. I was able to checkout and keep my current plan.
this seems to bypass the new plan requirement nice find
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SureshA720227 wrote: There is slight loophole on the requirement of selecting a new plan when upgrading.

1. Add a phone to cart.
2. It asks you to select a new plan. Go to Select Plan. Now a list of your plan at the top and existing plans pop up. Do not select anything.
3. Go to Home screen by selecting Shop>Phones.
4. Select your cart at the top of the page. Now it should allow you to get the phone with your current plan.
5. Pay tab balance (and phone credit if applicable) and checkout.
NervousTeenager wrote: I don't know if it is a glitch. I ran into the same as you did. Instead of choosing a new plan, I clicked "My cart" Icon again and it bypassed the choose your plan page. I was able to checkout and keep my current plan.
Might try this and see what happens.

Update: Tried your suggestions, did not work. Insisted I pick a NEW (in-market) plan. Maybe they fixed the loophole/glitch now.
Oh well, been thinking about switching to Zoomer and their March Promo plans.
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Trying again and again ... but it just kicks me out of my account... thanks for the tip though
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I'm not sure if the agent can over-ride to keep existing plans (e.g. $40 migration plan). The online system makes you to switch to currently in market plan.

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