$150 off any phone?

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I been a koodo customer for about 4-5 years and I want to switch phones from my nexus 5 to the google pixel. I remember back when I got my phone, I got $150 off because of the tab. Do they still do that without having to pay an extra monthly charge or no?

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Shawn Edward

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Posted 1 year ago

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Paul Deschamps, Mobile Master

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No your paying for the entire price of the phone just separated into payments each month over the next 24 months. That said you can still find deals on phones from Koodo every now and then that sometimes take the cost down up to a couple hundred dollars you'll just have to keep an eye out for those sales.
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You may have accumulated a positive tab balance. Koodo no longer does this, but since you were a Koodo customer when they used to, it may apply to your case. What does your bill say about your tab balance?
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@Shawn, technically you never got $150 off at no cost for the phone via the tab. You paid it off via your plan. In the past the cost of that $150 was built into our plans. The rise SIM only customers (ones that had their own phone) necessitated to switch out our old model to a fairer financing structure that we currently have. It's simple easier to understand and you decide how much you want to put down for your phone. Per Ivan above check if you have accumulated any positive tab that can be redeemed towards a future purchase. 
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It says $17.75, does that mean I have that much off a phone?

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