Cheaper add ons for prepaid

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You guys should make the prepaid data boosters unlimited for 10/mnth (So many people would buy it). As well as, being able to sign up for a phone without drivers license, that way I can actually sign up with out having to go pre-paid.
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Posted 5 years ago

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Timo Tuokkola, Mobile Master

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Currently $10 won't get you more than 1 GB, even on a monthly plan. Good luck getting unlimited data for that.
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They should probably think about it, they have some comp. going on between Wind. Wind has everything unl. 30/mnth. Where as, Koodo only has the 25/mnth text/talk after 7/wknds
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Well Jessica, unlimited data for $10 would make it cheaper than even Wind or Mobilicity AND it would be on a national carrier, not a regional. Sure a ton of people would buy it but Koodo can't make any money off something like that. I can tell you the answer is: no.

Also a DL isn't 100% necessary, it's just the easiest to use. We need 2 pieces of government ID for postpaid, and MINIMUM 1 of the 3 must be your DL, SIN card, or Canadian credit card for a credit check. So you can also use a passport, birth certificate, Citizenship card, and so on.

You must also be over the age of majority to sign a legal document in the province you reside in, which is more than likely 18.
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At the Koodo kiosk citizenship cards, and birth certificates are not accepted. It must be photo I.D. that is issued by the federal government, but unfortunately citizenship cards are not on the approved list of acceptable I.D.

The most common photo I.D. used other than a driver's license is the provincial I.D. card. With that I.D. you would need to provide a SIN as well as a credit card as 2 pieces of I.D. must link to credit.

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