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Give some bonus stuff with the Koodies


Now that these are announced: http://community.koodomobile.com/koodo/topics/introducing_the_koodies_community_awards Why not offer say Tab credits, a first grab at the next iPhone, or a current Andriod Blackberry or Windows phone? Or a plan upgrade?

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Userlevel 7
Perhaps it becomes a contest at that point.
Well if enough people +1 this idea, it will be...
Userlevel 7
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Fun Community Awards with Fun prizes like Koodo mascot, El Tabador statuettes (Timo mentioned), and Koodo cup are also nice 😃
Userlevel 7
Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo does and will always ask for more cause they feel entitled because they pay their bill on time like they should.... smh. Geoff, if I had a dollar for everytime I heard you say "+1 my idea", I'd be a very rich man. I think Koodo should leave it the way it is as a fun game. People are way too greedy these days. Leave it at as the fun competition it already is.
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Greed isn't a these days kind of thing it has always been there.
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Which is one of the reasons I switched to koodo. The price is reasonable, Koodo certainly has proven they go above and beyond.
Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Then let's get rich
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

What's wrong with wanting more? I like the idea of Koodies, but a real-life reward wouldn't be so bad. A Koodo mug, or an El Tabador keychain perhaps. Nothing big. Even MMs don't get phones to keep forever. And consider the following conversation with a friend or an acquaintance: Q: "Where'd you get that keychain?" A: "I got it for winning a Koodie." Q: "What's a Koodie?" Then, as you tell that person about Koodo and its perks, Koodo is getting very cheap publicity. And word of mouth travels very fast and very far in today's tech world. And why the name calling? If it's not rude, then why did you say "people are way too greedy" instead of being more direct.
Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

P-tor, I'd star this but there is no option...
Userlevel 2
Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Shame on people for wanting more value, what is this world coming to.
Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

There's a difference between value and greed. What we are seeing in here, is greed, not value.
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Why is it greedy? Are Koodo's prices already so substantially lower compared to what the other guys already offer?
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

The koodies are designed not so much as a contest as they are a way to recognize people who contribute to the community on a regular basis. Because they are already clearly based around an oscar theme, a little Tabador themed oscar statue would seem appropriate, possibly a small package with a Tabador CD or a koodo chocolate bar, some of the promotional swag that's already been produced in the past. Asking for rewards of significant monetary value is not in line with the intention of this awards program and simply comes across as being greedy. We'd all be on here anyway even if nothing was offered, anything offered for doing what you do anyway is gravy.
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

@Timo, I would appreciate if we would stick to the delicious and moist cake theme. Thank you.
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

So you don't like gravy on your cake? Very well, make it ICING if you prefer. 🙂
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

Well, I am very happy with Koodo. I suggested prizes related with the Koodo mascot because there is no other way to buy them from a store if I wanted it.( You might say I can use EBay or something, but I don’t use them). So I thought this would be a great way and a good chance to get a Koodo mascot for people who are not MM. Am I greedy? Is it because I pitched in the “fun prize” idea? I didn’t mean that “give me all those items.” It was just a prize idea which I thought it would be cool and fun for The “Koodies Awards”
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Ahmad wrote:

Wow, everyone ALWAYS wants more This proves no customer will ever be happy with what Koodo doe...

The greedy comment was directed at people asking for rewards like: Tab credits, a first grab at the next iPhone, or a current Andriod Blackberry or Windows phone? Or a plan upgrade.
My answer stands in the form of this scene
This is by far the worst name I have ever seen for anything fun related. I don't think marketing thought this one through very well.
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Sherlock Holmes wrote:

This is by far the worst name I have ever seen for anything fun related. I don't think marketing ...

Your words are like daggers piercing the very heart Holmes Professor James Moriarty
hmm I think Sherly Holmes should change his name to another fictional giant:
Userlevel 5
Hey Marcus, it's "Under Consideration" ;P

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