can I still get on a contract and tab

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I'm 18 & work fulltime, I was looking into getting a Koodo phone on a contract & tab but I don't have a credit card or anything, will I still be able to get the phone on the contract and tab?
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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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HI Hayley, you do not need a credit card. However there is a credit check which u must pass to be eligible for a Koodo tab and a post paid account.
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Daniel, Employee

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Hi hayley!

Thanks Chad!

For more info, click here for the details on which type of ID you'll need: :)
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Pat L

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Don't go with koodo..i was with them for 6 months and my $65 a month plan turned out to be a $200 - $400 a month deal...i called them to find out why and they kept telling me that i was over my data plan which i never best friend is still with koodo and is having the exact same issue..sign up at your own risk!!!
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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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Sorry you had issues with your data Pat. Data is used by the consumer. Its the users responsibility to know how to limit data usage either by limiting use. Or by knowing how to turn data off when they don't need it. Phones have the ability to turn it off for certain things and use only WiFi for data intensive jobs. Its not hard to monitor data. I'm a heavy data user and haven't had 1 screw up with billing.
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I second Chadwick's comment. Plus Koodo sends out text messages once you hit 50 and 90% of your data cap. Plus, with the new shock-free data plans, the user must accept to be charged overage fees before Koodo allows you to use extra data.
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Goran, Mobile Master

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It is conceivable though. Even at a 99.9% accuracy rate, that's still thousands of people with glitches in their bills every month. But if it happens for 6 months straight that's...still statistically possible?

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