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[Bell] WM: Bell MOTO KRZR Was $78.83, NOW $48.83!

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[Bell] WM: Bell MOTO KRZR Was $78.83, NOW $48.83!

didn't see this posted yet.

BELL Motorola KRZR at Walmart was $78.83,

NOW $48.83

CDMA only so cannot be used with simcard.

i believe you also get a $50 startup credit if it is a new prepaid activation (i could be wrong though, it could be $15).

either way great price for changing your banged up contract or prepaid phone to if you're already a bell customer.

Should be across the board but you can check your local walmart for stock... i don't think this will last long in stores.

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Nov 13, 2002
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Get a $50 credit with new activation of the LG Rumour, Samsung Cleo, Samsung u740, Samsung Link or Samsung Vice. Else it's 15$.
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May 7, 2005
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Awesome, I'll head down there tomorrow and pick one up so I can use it for a year and get my cancellation fee down to something more reasonable.
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Jul 16, 2005
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Can you unlock this and use this on the Koodo network? I need to replace a phone for my little sister and was wondering with these CDMA phones can you just call up the company and transfer everything. I'm not sure how this works.
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Oct 12, 2001
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CDMA phones are locked to the carrier - Telus phones on T network, etc.
What the H E double hockey sticks have I done now?
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Apr 14, 2004
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Can these be activated on an existing post-paid contract?
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scouzi wrote: Can these be activated on an existing post-paid contract?
Yea, I'd like to know as well. :confused:
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Blackjack wrote: Yea, I'd like to know as well. :confused:
Yes, but you might get charged a $25 ESN swap fee. If you're really nice to them/***** enough they will waive it though.
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scouzi wrote: Can these be activated on an existing post-paid contract?
yes,
just ask the associate in store to do an ESN swap for you,
its free and takes less 5 minutes.
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scouzi wrote: Can these be activated on an existing post-paid contract?
Walmart phones have to activated onto prepaid service first.
Then you go to a store and ask for an ESN Swap between your Prepaid account and your Postpaid Account.
Then you can find programming instructions online or pay a fee in store for doing it. (There is no standard fee - each store can charge different prices. Most commonly it's $15 to $20 + GST/PST)
You're Walmart purchased phone is now on your account.
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BryceS wrote: Walmart phones have to activated onto prepaid service first.Then you go to a store and ask for an ESP Swap between your Prepaid account and your Postpaid Account.
Then you can find programming instructions online or pay a fee in store for doing it. (There is no standard fee - each store can charge different prices. Most commonly it's $15 to $20 + GST/PST)
You're Walmart purchased phone is now on your account.
i'm not to sure where you heard that first line, but that is not true. you just have to purchase the phone, and the walmart rep can log onto their terminal and get it done for you (esn change and programming) for FREE. no need to activate on prepaid first.

i feel sorry for people who have to pay fees for swapping an ESN (i'm guessing thats what your "ESP" referred to?) or to program it. private stores or bell stores just trying to put extra dough in their pockets... it takes the store just a few minutes to do.
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jed wrote: CDMA phones are locked to the carrier - Telus phones on T network, etc.
Yeah, but would it work when you unlock it though?
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Oct 11, 2009
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Matryx wrote: Yeah, but would it work when you unlock it though?
How do you unlock cdma phones?
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drunag wrote: i'm not to sure where you heard that first line, but that is not true. you just have to purchase the phone, and the walmart rep can log onto their terminal and get it done for you (esn change and programming) for FREE. no need to activate on prepaid first.

i feel sorry for people who have to pay fees for swapping an ESN (i'm guessing thats what your "ESP" referred to?) or to program it. private stores or bell stores just trying to put extra dough in their pockets... it takes the store just a few minutes to do.
Well Walmart phones have to be initially activated at WalMart. I didn't know WalMart does prepaid activation in-store these days.

Can't buy a WalMart phone, not activate it and then just take it to a Bell store to put on your account.

ESP was just an ESN typo.

Fees are valid as you're not a customer of the store. Once you become a repeat customer and build a relationship that you will easily get fees waived.
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Matryx wrote: Yeah, but would it work when you unlock it though?
No.

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