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[Koodo] Koodo Samsung S7 $0 on tab large (It's Back)

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[Koodo] Koodo Samsung S7 $0 on tab large (It's Back)

You'll pay $100 for your phone and put the rest ($504.00) on your Tab.


Pay a $21 monthly Tab charge for 24 months, and then you'll only pay your monthly plan charge.
Last edited by buddshek on Apr 15th, 2017 9:15 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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any trade in deals to go with this? i'd jump if it was $360
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Kinda looking at this. I just want it so I can sell it and get a pixel. As far as I can tell with Koodo, you also need to get one of their tab large plans right?

Like I can't just get what they consider a tab medium plan and add the $21 to the plan.

I'd love to get the 1 gig $35 Quebec plan and have no issues paying an additional $21 a month, but I don't think I can do that.
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Evil Baby wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 9:44 pm
Kinda looking at this. I just want it so I can sell it and get a pixel. As far as I can tell with Koodo, you also need to get one of their tab large plans right?

Like I can't just get what they consider a tab medium plan and add the $21 to the plan.

I'd love to get the 1 gig $35 Quebec plan and have no issues paying an additional $21 a month, but I don't think I can do that.
sign up with a tab large plan from ontario and get the phone. pay off tab, then switch over to the quebec plan
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I have a hard time understanding these ridiculous multi-tier "tab" systems. Since the cheapest "Tab Large" plan is $59 for 1GB, does that mean you'd have to pay $80 (59+21) per month to get this deal for a 1GB plan?
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birthdaymonkey wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 10:39 pm
I have a hard time understanding these ridiculous multi-tier "tab" systems. Since the cheapest "Tab Large" plan is $59 for 1GB, does that mean you'd have to pay $80 (59+21) per month to get this deal for a 1GB plan?
You can pay off the tab right away and switch to any plan you want or cancel and just pay tab balance+tax.
Galaxy S7 with Koodo $42 2GB plan
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birthdaymonkey wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 10:39 pm
I have a hard time understanding these ridiculous multi-tier "tab" systems. Since the cheapest "Tab Large" plan is $59 for 1GB, does that mean you'd have to pay $80 (59+21) per month to get this deal for a 1GB plan?
That's what I get as well which I find annoying. I know it'll likely never happen in Canada but I'd love to have a base plan cost and just let me amortize my phone over however many months I want to a max of 2 years.
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SureshA720227 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 10:46 pm
You can pay off the tab right away and switch to any plan you want or cancel and just pay tab balance+tax.
I thought you had to keep a tab for a minimum of 90 days when you get a new phone unless Koodo has dropped that requirement.
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A-Town wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 11:08 pm
I thought you had to keep a tab for a minimum of 90 days when you get a new phone unless Koodo has dropped that requirement.
You do, but you can port your number out which will cancel the account and bill you the tab immediately
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Evil Baby wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 10:58 pm
That's what I get as well which I find annoying. I know it'll likely never happen in Canada but I'd love to have a base plan cost and just let me amortize my phone over however many months I want to a max of 2 years.
It all seems like it's deliberately designed to obscure how much you're actually paying for the phone. If they wanted to be transparent, they'd have one set of plans and each phone would have a tab charge relative to the value of the phone.

Anyway, at these kinds of monthly prices, you're better off buying something like a OnePlus 3T at $599 and going with Public Mobile or Zoomer with one of their 2GB for $36-$40. Or I guess getting this deal then jumping through the hoops to port out/cancel, etc.
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petepw wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 11:27 pm
You do, but you can port your number out which will cancel the account and bill you the tab immediately
Yeah I'm aware of the usual methods to get around that. The other post made it seem as if someone could straight up pay off the tab as soon as they got the phone as it was stating that someone could simply switch plans. Thanks for clarifying.
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SureshA720227 wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 10:46 pm
You can pay off the tab right away and switch to any plan you want or cancel and just pay tab balance+tax.
Can you change plans while still on a tab?
(assuming switch to another tab large plan)
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A-Town wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 11:59 pm
Yeah I'm aware of the usual methods to get around that. The other post made it seem as if someone could straight up pay off the tab as soon as they got the phone as it was stating that someone could simply switch plans. Thanks for clarifying.
I am pretty sure the system allows you to pay off tab at start of new bill cycle rather than 90 days. Its always said 90 days but I paid it off on first new cycle with no issues ( 2 years ago) I just ordered a new phone on tab the other day, will see if I can still pay it off on new cycle
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petepw wrote:
Apr 15th, 2017 11:27 pm
You do, but you can port your number out which will cancel the account and bill you the tab immediately
Can i just go home and immediately pay off the tab, and then call in to cancel? This way I can just keep the phone.
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