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Choose a Plan, then customize it : Use [+50] or [-50] to transfer airtime to data or the opposite.


I'm looking for a plan for my father and he doesn't need any plan including data.
I'm here to ask if including a feature that after selecting a plan, you can use a [+50] or [-50] button to move some data or airtime minutes amount to the other one.

Like example : LIGHTWEIGHT CANADA-WIDE PLANS 34$ offers 50mb of data and 200 minutes airtime, it would be great if I can move this 50mb to get 250 minutes airtime and 0mb data (a pay-per-use data).

So I won't need to tell my father to go get a phone at Bell. I'm with Koodo and I want him to be with Koodo cause you are the best company. I hope this idea is possible. I understand Koodo is a business and has to make money, but I think this idea will bring more newcomers to you than problems controlling all different kind of plans.

Note: You can also set a cap to a minimum amount to keep for airtime minutes, so no one will have plans with 0 minutes.

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Userlevel 7
You may do better on Koodo prepaid 15$ a month gets u unlimited messaging. Add a minute booster and as long as you top up every month, it won't expire until its used up.
Yeah I took a look a Koodo Prepaid, but I don't like how it is. It looks like you pay to get lower rate instead of paying to get airtimes minutes. You end up with a bigger bill that customer, like me, who has a plan.

You pay your base plan : 15$
Then you add airtime boost to it : 500 Anytime Minutes [at 5¢/min] $25
So if you talk 300 minutes during a month it will cost : 15$

Final price : 55$ +txs = ~60$
If I'm right, it is not worth it.

EDIT: I'm just giving this idea, cause I'm looking for the best mobile plan for my dad, I'm happy with my own plan, and I'm with Koodo, but since the last 2 years the price went up like crazy everywhere.
Userlevel 7
joseouellet wrote:

Yeah I took a look a Koodo Prepaid, but I don't like how it is. It looks like you pay to get lowe...

You pay 15$ Then you add a booster which won't expire until you've used all of it First month is 40$ Then its 15$ a month until you use up your booster and at thay point you add another booster.
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joseouellet wrote:

Yeah I took a look a Koodo Prepaid, but I don't like how it is. It looks like you pay to get lowe...

The booster is a bucket. The larger your bucket the less you pay per minute but you buy all those minutes up front. Not per minute later. You ARE paying for airtime minutes, not a discount on future minutes.
Userlevel 5
joseouellet wrote:

Yeah I took a look a Koodo Prepaid, but I don't like how it is. It looks like you pay to get lowe...

The point of Prepaid is that the boosters carry on to the next month and then to next. They don't disappear after 1 month like Postpaid where your amount that you can use resets or what not. So if you don't fully use all of your boosters within 1 month, it carries over to the next until you do.
Userlevel 7
joseouellet wrote:

Yeah I took a look a Koodo Prepaid, but I don't like how it is. It looks like you pay to get lowe...

Yeah what John said.

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