Automatic top up not high enough

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Okay my family has prepaid cell phones that they use regularly. I decided my wife could use a better base plan with her new job. I moved her up the the $50 unlimited plan so she can use the phone whenever. However the automatic top up feature maxes out at $50 It would be a good idea to have a larger automatic top up option since their top base plan is $50, Not to mention she like to also use the booster plan to add data for an extra $30. Come on Koodo you need more options available.
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Paul Badgley

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Posted 4 years ago

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At that price you should consider post-paid. I don't know where you live, but you could go with the 50$/month ultd minutes and 1GB of data (QC-only). I think it's 55$ out of QC.
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@Robert it's $60 elsewhere. Unless you live in Alberta and it's $55 for 5GB of data and unlimited calling and texting.
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But still it's going to be 60$ - 10% = 54$. This would be a better deal then what he get currently if her wife uses a minimum of data/month
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This is true, good point.
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It's close but that ain't here in Alberta. That's the neighbours in SK and MB. They got SaskTel and MTS as competition. Notice how true competition really does bring down prices
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Oh okay. I don't live in those areas but either way it's a dirt cheap plan for them! Thanks for clarifying Dennis :)

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