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[Koodo] Free Year of Amazon Prime with New Koodo Activation

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[Koodo] Free Year of Amazon Prime with New Koodo Activation

For anyone looking to sign up with koodo, you can get free year of Amazon Prime.

Sign-up with Koodo and get a year of Amazon Prime, on us.1

Just enter promo code
AMAZONPRIME
at checkout.

Valid from October 18 to 31, 2019.
You’ll receive your unique Amazon Prime membership code
in an email from us within 20 business days of your order delivery.

EDIT: Updated Footnote 1 - Thanks @JWL

The "1" footnote links to this:

With activations on Koodomobile.com, excluding Wireless Home Phone activations and prepaid activations. Offer valid from Oct 18 to Oct 31, 2019 11:59pm ET or while quantities last. You’ll receive your unique Amazon Prime membership code in an email from us within 20 business days of delivery. You must redeem your Amazon Prime membership codes and agree to the Amazon Prime Terms to qualify for an Amazon Prime membership.

Your Amazon Prime membership automatically renews for the membership fee in effect at the time of renewal plus applicable taxes. You may cancel at any time by visiting your account and adjusting the membership settings. Valid credit card required at time of registration if Amazon does not have one on file. Amazon Prime Membership codes cannot be transferred or resold. Promotion only applicable to an Amazon Prime membership on amazon.ca/prime - for more information about Amazon Prime, visit amazon.ca/prime. Amazon.ca is not a sponsor of this promotion.
Check terms and conditions at https://referafriend.koodomobile.com/common/terms.pg
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Last edited by sekjai on Oct 18th, 2019 3:43 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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What would be the cheapest thing to get in order to qualify for this?
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The "1" footnote links to this:


With activations on Koodomobile.com, excluding Wireless Home Phone activations and prepaid activations. Offer valid from Oct 18 to Oct 31, 2019 11:59pm ET or while quantities last. You’ll receive your unique Amazon Prime membership code in an email from us within 20 business days of delivery. You must redeem your Amazon Prime membership codes and agree to the Amazon Prime Terms to qualify for an Amazon Prime membership.

Your Amazon Prime membership automatically renews for the membership fee in effect at the time of renewal plus applicable taxes. You may cancel at any time by visiting your account and adjusting the membership settings. Valid credit card required at time of registration if Amazon does not have one on file. Amazon Prime Membership codes cannot be transferred or resold. Promotion only applicable to an Amazon Prime membership on amazon.ca/prime - for more information about Amazon Prime, visit amazon.ca/prime. Amazon.ca is not a sponsor of this promotion.
Check terms and conditions at https://referafriend.koodomobile.com/common/terms.pg
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XGonGiveItToYa wrote: What would be the cheapest thing to get in order to qualify for this?
$30 bring your device plan with 1GB data.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Public Mobile $36 5GB, $12 250MB, 2x $6 50min/50text, Fido $5 4GB data only plan with a free tablet,
Zoomer $36 loyalty 4GB plan, $0 FPL home phone. Have a better and better day!
Penalty Box
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hvwkzq wrote: Koodo churning still alive. Face With Tears Of Joy
This is worth 40 to 80 with many promos making it free. Hardly worth it imo.
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Technically, it is not a good deal at all. Currently, koodo doesn't offer any good deals on their website. Buying the cheapest plan and having a credit hit doesn't worth the effort. People who wanted the prime membership already bought it, people who are not having it, would not be interested in this koodo offer
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Feb 25, 2019
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If or don’t want the deal, why point it out?

Thanks to the person posting, they never seem to get credit - always just stupid replies.
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this has the potential to be hot depending on the deals they have for blackfriday. Too bad this code doesn't work for hardware upgrades on existing accounts. On a side note you can add a new line to your existing koodo account and that won't be a credit hit and then cancel it once you get the code. Now if that's worth it or not depends on you.
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Too bad the "loyal" customers who have been with Koodo for a while do not get any incentives.


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DragOnT wrote: Too bad the "loyal" customers who have been with Koodo for a while do not get any incentives.
Right??? I didn't even get to churn a phone before they changed it
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Deal or more deal:
Get $5 off for 24 months when you bring your own phone.

Limited time offer. Offer ends Oct 20, 2019.
New Activations only. Available for Quebec residents only.
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DragOnT wrote: Too bad the "loyal" customers who have been with Koodo for a while do not get any incentives.


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It's sad but it's pretty much the same in a lot of industries. They already have you as a paying customer.
The stickiness tends to be higher in the industry so they focus on acquisition.

Consumer goods & retail is reverse of that. They spend a lot on customer stickiness because it's low industry-wide (unless you're Costco).
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michelangelo88 wrote: It's sad but it's pretty much the same in a lot of industries. They already have you as a paying customer.
The stickiness tends to be higher in the industry so they focus on acquisition.

Consumer goods & retail is reverse of that. They spend a lot on customer stickiness because it's low industry-wide (unless you're Costco).
+1
It’s amazing how many people on this forum don’t understand how new customer acquisition works.
Always someone crying “what about us loyal customers”.

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