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Koodo QC ONLY 6gb unlimited Canada on regular tab or byod 60$ per month (55$ for 4gb)

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Dec 4, 2007
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I must be blind, I cant find it.
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Woodstock
Change your location in the top right corner to QC
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Ottawa
Change your location.

I see it
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Nov 15, 2006
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the title is misleading. any tab is on top of the plan price, so the title should only say BYOD unless i'm missing something. but on the site there's no mention of tab fee being waived with 60$ plan.
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Dec 2, 2008
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GTA
How does it compare to 48 5gb mbsk?
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YUL
It is BYOD. I'm fine with that. I can see the deal. Maybe because I am in Quebec. Looks like it's time to switch from Bell. My wife and I currently share 6GB of data and unlimited calling ($120/mth for both), but lately I've been going over and have beenn paying $160-180 a month because of the overages in data. Looks like it's time to make a switch...
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Jan 22, 2012
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qaz393 wrote: How does it compare to 48 5gb mbsk?
Um that's a serious question?

Hmmm.

Well considering the Manitoba plan is $48 now and extra gigs are $10 by pulling out my calculator and doing the math I have realized it would cost $58 for 6 gigs.

Now if you are paying then $55 for Manitoba plan, with my handy calculator I realize it would be $65 a month for 6 gigs.

So it could be $2 cheaper, $5 more, or if you have $55 with BYOD as I do it would be .50 cents cheaper!
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Apr 18, 2010
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Beaverland
Very good deal indeed. I'm a bit confused because I'm not familiar with Koodo..

The Canada-wide $55 Plan includes both "Unlimited Canada-wide anytime minutes" and "Unlimited evenings and weekends (5pm)" What's the difference?
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Nov 16, 2012
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s7evin wrote: Very good deal indeed. I'm a bit confused because I'm not familiar with Koodo..

The Canada-wide $55 Plan includes both "Unlimited Canada-wide anytime minutes" and "Unlimited evenings and weekends (5pm)" What's the difference?
It's just the way they detail their plans, redundant I know, but oh wells.
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Apr 10, 2006
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balbas662 wrote: ... pulling out my calculator and doing the math ...
You pulled out your what? A calculator? I haven't heard that in such a long time. LOL. People now a days just press a button on their computer to bring out the calculator. I digress. Continue on.

Unless 5gb is not enough for you, then this plan would be better in certain scenarios. Would the process of getting this be the same as getting the MB one?
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qaz393 wrote: How does it compare to 48 5gb mbsk?
BYOD:
$48.00 5GB MB/SK
$49.50 5GB MB/SK (older)

BYOD:
$55 4GB QC
$60 6GB QC

So, MB/SK is cheaper than 4GB option and 1GB more
Since it's $10 per GB, it would be $58/59.50, so, still ahead (and obviously cheaper every month you don't need 5+GB

Your wallet is safe
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Aug 7, 2011
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Vaughan
Meh, I'll stick with the $48 MB/SK plan.

I feel no regret either. Offering these competitive plans to other provinces and leaving out Ontario is a dick move already.
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Nov 24, 2015
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Isn't it cheaper to order the 59$ tab rather then the 60$ tab as the 59$ you can buy a phone for 0$ and some has Gift Card.

Also I don't see any 10% off, if u Bring Your Own Phone, like Fido does...

Edit: Im paying 35$ for only 1GB all unlimited though canada wide with bell
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Finally the qc plans are worse than other provinces
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Jan 22, 2012
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vanpatrick81 wrote: You pulled out your what? A calculator? I haven't heard that in such a long time. LOL. People now a days just press a button on their computer to bring out the calculator. I digress. Continue on.

Unless 5gb is not enough for you, then this plan would be better in certain scenarios. Would the process of getting this be the same as getting the MB one?

Let me pull out my sarcasm measuring tool as well. Because you know, 48+10 really would require a calculator, whether it's a physical one orrrrr on your comp, such a techie!
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Jan 24, 2010
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Brampton
jessicacha wrote: the title is misleading. any tab is on top of the plan price, so the title should only say BYOD unless i'm missing something. but on the site there's no mention of tab fee being waived with 60$ plan.
The difference between this and a BYOD plan (with another carrier) is that BYOD plans DO NOT allow you to finance a phone. With other carriers, you need to upgrade to a more expensive plan and the difference (if you do the math) inevitably works outs to being much more than the cost of the phone (plus the price doesn't automatically go back down once the phone is paid off). With the Koodo tab, the additional charge for financing the phone is just the actual cost of the phone and the price automatically goes back down once it's paid off. Koodo's tab is basically interest-free financing, which is a much better deal than the phone subsidies of other carriers.

So it is worth noting the difference between this and the BYOD plans of other carriers. I was with Virgin on a BYOD plan before switching to Koodo for this exact plan a few months ago. Granted, Virgin was actually willing to match this through retentions, but the price would not have automatically gone down after 2 years and they didn't have the phone I wanted in stock.
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Sep 8, 2008
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York
I'm looking for a new plan, but I can't find anything even remotely this good in Ontario. It's all ***** , unless you live in Manitoba or Quebec :'(

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