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you really should make the blackberry more affordable to those who want it and are good customers. you could even offer a payment plan or a term plan that would reduce the price like others such as bell and rogers do. i am sure that other koodo customers have switched companies for that exact reason.

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Pay now or pay higher monthly rate plans. Koodo is priced without subsidy fees built in. I chose to pay now and keep my super 6.
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I done some comparison this morning on all national site providers, I challenge any one to say that Koodo is not The cheapest company among big players in canda: be my guest and go through their websites: Bell http://www.bell.ca/shopping/PrsShpWls_PrdClpListView.page Rogers http://www.rogers.com/web/link/wirelessBuyFlow?forwardTo=PhoneThenPlan&productType=normal Fido http://www.fido.ca/web/page/portal/Fido/MonthlyPlans?forwardTo=monthlyPlans Virgin http://www.virginmobile.ca/en/plans Solo Mobile http://www.solomobile.ca/en/phones
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MatB wrote:

I done some comparison this morning on all national site providers, I challenge any one to say th...

That's like an electronic falcon punch! 😛
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It's usually the manufacturers that dictate the price of the hardware. I think cellular service providers should get out of the cellphone selling business. North America has been spoiled by cell phone subsidies and that is why we have such higher cell phone rates. People should save up to buy things they want. Like buying a computer, a tv, a KitchenAid 5 Quart Mixer hahaha. Damn I want that mixer
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Dennis wrote:

It's usually the manufacturers that dictate the price of the hardware. I think cellular service ...

Agreed. People need to start saving for things they want... That said, I would support the T-Mobile USA model if Koodo decided to implement it. It's very clear terms with the ability for a user to spread out the subsidy payments over 24 months.

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