Are you guys getting the nexus 6??!!! I'm ready to switch carriers here if you don't hurry up!!

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Nexus 6
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Aaron Young

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BobTheElectrician

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On behalf of the rest of the user Koodo Community here, may I humbly say we really wish we were all getting the Nexus 6.

But unfortunately, we have to pay real money and make choices like you and everyone else.

It's worth a one-shot headline here, but maybe you'll get more traction on Koodo's Facebook page.
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We only know about new phones the moment Koodo announces them on their FB page or here, Aaron. So far only the Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 are announced, so you might be out of luck.
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Don't throw the Nexus 6 out with the bathwater. If your plan fits well, then buy it unlocked from Amazon or whoever and get a 10% discount on your Koodo plan. Best of both worlds.

It's never just about the price of acquisition, it's all about the cost overall.
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Hello Aaron,

We cannot confirm this, before the official release of the phone. Please keep in mind that all new phones are announced here, on our Facebook or on Twitter. 

Stay tuned for updates!
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But the nexus 6 has already been released. All the other carriers have it. Telus, Rogers, bell etc.
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Yes they do, because they negotiated that with Motorola. Their plans are all more expensive too. So if you wanna switch and pay more for less, it's your choice. You have to see if it's worth it.
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Changing carriers over a phone is usually bad for your bottom line. If you choose to do this, you should see how much you'll be paying over the next 24 months and what restrictions your new carrier has in place (such as not allowing you to keep your plan if you want to upgrade your phone).

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