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[Koodo] Koodo Wireless Home Phone now $10/mo ongoing price

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Dec 9, 2014
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omoumi wrote: It seems $10/m is not ongoing and from 13th month will be $20/m...
https://community.koodomobile.com/koodo ... hone-offer
Read to the end, bro:
"Ranjan, Official Rep
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Hi all - confirmed that the current $10 promotion is indeed valid for the length of your service with Koodo, i.e. doesn't expire after one-year. The team will be updating the copy on the website to reflect this.
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Newbie
Dec 28, 2008
55 posts
12 upvotes
Quebec
Do you have to be a Koodo mobile customer to get this deal?
(With Virgin, you have to be an existing mobile customer to get the $10/month + free hub)
Jr. Member
Feb 7, 2006
171 posts
56 upvotes
GTA
No. You can be new Koodo customer.
Happy Koodo user
Deal Addict
Sep 5, 2009
3076 posts
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So compared to the last deal you are paying $60 more for the year for price protection. Unless you really need a phone line this isn't a great deal.
Current cell plans:
Fido $15 3gb
Koodo $40 for 5GB Public Mobile migration plan.

Affordable wireless is possible, just takes some creativity.
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Sep 3, 2007
977 posts
58 upvotes
Note that the referral promo is for wireless cellphone service only so you can't be referred for home phone
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Sr. Member
Mar 25, 2009
899 posts
401 upvotes
Toronto
why would I choose this $10 deal over OOMA $10 option? I don't need a lecture on the difference between VoIP and Cell service and I know OOMA's upfront cost is higher. My question is about value for money and features.
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Oct 4, 2008
1184 posts
212 upvotes
I wonder how much is Koodo's price for a non Koodo mobile customers. Telus outlined their price @30 and I remember Fido's used to be $40 (for non mobile customers) since I had Fido cell plan + home plan and I was going to cancel the cell plan and wanted to know what's the cost consequence of the home line.
Virgin doesn't say if its available to virgin cell customer, to non-cell and what's the price differential if it's available and exist.

I would like to get a GSM home phone - basically Fido/Rogers since in this event I can put the SIM card in my Siemens S55 and use it just like in old days.
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May 30, 2005
44381 posts
4969 upvotes
Richmond Hill
mcfrugal wrote: why would I choose this $10 deal over OOMA $10 option? I don't need a lecture on the difference between VoIP and Cell service and I know OOMA's upfront cost is higher. My question is about value for money and features.
Not sure I understand your question - if OOMA's upfront costs are higher, and the monthly fees are the same, why WOULDN'T you go with this deal? :S
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Sr. Member
Jan 3, 2013
737 posts
292 upvotes
Mississauga
dgnr8 wrote: So compared to the last deal you are paying $60 more for the year for price protection. Unless you really need a phone line this isn't a great deal.
If you were planning on having this home phone for more than 15 months, it is a better deal.
Deal Addict
Mar 11, 2007
3809 posts
1109 upvotes
QC
Anyone unlocked the required device for this service? I saw a bunch of those on Kijiji that seems to be locked on Fido.
Deal Addict
Feb 6, 2005
1531 posts
215 upvotes
Toronto
can you put the sim card into a cell phone?
Deal Addict
Oct 21, 2009
2007 posts
907 upvotes
Ontario
mcfrugal wrote: why would I choose this $10 deal over OOMA $10 option? I don't need a lecture on the difference between VoIP and Cell service and I know OOMA's upfront cost is higher. My question is about value for money and features.
I have Ooma also but I pay $4.50 a month, in the long run it is cheaper for me to stay, not to mention I am very happy with it since I got it over 3 years ago. It goes without saying it needs internet to work, so phone cost is not the only consideration.
Currently happy customer with Koodo,Telus and Freedom Mobile
Sr. Member
Aug 8, 2003
939 posts
109 upvotes
Ontario
Going to sign my mom to this as Bell is like $50/mo
But what's best way for her to save on calling long distance to Europe? Thanks
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Sep 5, 2009
3076 posts
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TheZodiac wrote: Going to sign my mom to this as Bell is like $50/mo
But what's best way for her to save on calling long distance to Europe? Thanks
What country specifically?

http://help.koodomobile.com/coverage-lo ... g-distance
Current cell plans:
Fido $15 3gb
Koodo $40 for 5GB Public Mobile migration plan.

Affordable wireless is possible, just takes some creativity.

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