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[Koodo] $5/month for wireless home phone

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[Koodo] $5/month for wireless home phone

Now available online with free shipping. Get yours for $5/month for 12 months.
Now it’s even easier to stay in touch this winter. With Koodo’s Wireless Home Phone, you simply connect your handset to the Hub, plug it in, and you’re good to go! Plus, you can bring your current phone number over!

Wireless Home Phone pricing $5/month for 12 months includes:
Unlimited Canada-wide calling

Voicemail 10

Call display

Call waiting

Conference calling

Call forwarding (up to 2,500 minutes)
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You forgot to mention the $40 + tax one-time charge for the SIM and modem. Also, if you do this in store, there is a $35 connection fee.

Still a good deal
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RFDSimple wrote: Now available online with free shipping. Get yours for $5/month for 12 months.
Now it’s even easier to stay in touch this winter. With Koodo’s Wireless Home Phone, you simply connect your handset to the Hub, plug it in, and you’re good to go! Plus, you can bring your current phone number over!

Wireless Home Phone pricing $5/month for 12 months includes:
Unlimited Canada-wide calling

Voicemail 10

Call display

Call waiting

Conference calling

Call forwarding (up to 2,500 minutes)
Is this a landline?
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You'll pay $5/month for the first 12 months. On month 14, you'll begin paying the regular price, currently $20/month.
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Just do Fongo $5/month forever, no need to switch after 12 months.
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It is a good deal. Of course it goes up to $20 after 12 months.
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vancityguy0 wrote: Is this a landline?
through a sim card, I believe Bell is the only real landline company.
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vancityguy0 wrote: Is this a landline?
Essentially, yes.
You plug a regular landline phone (or cordless phone) into the modem. The modem uses the cellular network, so you need a deent cell signal at your home (or cottage) but you do NOT need any internet. This is not VoIP. With a decent signal, sound quality is fantastic.
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If I am not mistaken, you can use a referral when signing up for Koodo home phone.
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Is this targeted? Because for me it requires to pay for the equipment ($40)
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I'm with Telus $10/month/24month. The hub acts like a cell phone and the call waiting does not really works. You need to press hold then flash which are not on standard home phones. Telus newest hub increases the call volume to a level that becomes annoying. As Telus = Koodo I don't know what you are going to receive.

My work-arround was to use one of my old cell phone and pair it with my home base station through Bluetooth. I works good now.
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brucele wrote: If I am not mistaken, you can use a referral when signing up for Koodo home phone.
I think you are mistaken. I tried that last summer and got rejected quoting a clause saying it does not apply to Wireless Home Phone, But you could try as these referrals are mostly manually approved.
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Limited time offer. You'll pay $5/month for the first 12 months. On month 14, you'll begin paying the regular price, currently $20/month. Taxes and pay-per-use services (such as long distance, roaming and additional airtime or data) are extra. Plus applicable provincial or municipal government 911 fees in Nova Scotia (43¢), PEI (70¢), New Brunswick (53¢), Quebec (46¢), Alberta (44¢), Saskatchewan (62¢), and Newfoundland and Labrador (75¢). New activations on Wireless Home Phone from Koodo only. The current regular price of $20/month rate applies at month 14. For the first bill, partial charges will be pro-rated based on the regular price of the $20 rate. The $15 discount will begin to show up on the first full month of service for the next 12 months.
Call forwarding will be subject to pay-per-use charges above 2500 minutes at a rate of $0.50 per minute.
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Nexzen wrote: Just do Fongo $5/month forever, no need to switch after 12 months.
Or Google Voice for $0/month with Obi adapter.

Either way, good options, but the fine print of $20/month after the promo period would scare me off too.
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TaurusJudge wrote: Or Google Voice for $0/month with Obi adapter.
But you can’t port your Canadian number? Can you ?
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PrimaryTech wrote: But you can’t port your Canadian number? Can you ?
I was on GV when they had the 403 area code loophole, so I use that with the Obi device. For people who absolutely need a Canadian number and didn't do the loophole, the other option presented might be good (haven't tried it though).
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spotts01 wrote: Essentially, yes.
You plug a regular landline phone (or cordless phone) into the modem. The modem uses the cellular network, so you need a deent cell signal at your home (or cottage) but you do NOT need any internet. This is not VoIP. With a decent signal, sound quality is fantastic.
If it’s not VOIP then how is voice transmitted? Even VOLTE calling is loosely structured on VOIP principles so I doubt if they wouldve developed something here that is a step down from Voice over data.

It’ll be interesting to pop out this SIM into a hotspot device to see if you get data access (and if there are any overages). Grimacing Face
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im with zoomer and paying $10 a month forever
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Had ooma for years now with no issue, about $4/month
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Some people use this as a really cheap cell phone - as long as you have a power source for the modem and phone - like in a car - you can use it anywhere! Others have hacked the SIM to use in a regular cellphone.

I wouldn’t consider it a land line - a landline works when electric power goes out. This needs power to run the device.

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