Data overage question

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I am on one of the double talk/data plans from late last year, with a 2c/MB overage rate.

I'm curious, is there any limit to how much data I can go into overage, or is there any additional penalty if I continuously go over my 200mb limit?

I've been thinking about switching but from the numbers it seems like it'd be a better deal for me to just go into overage if i want to use more data.
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00-Evan

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no limit, no extra penalties. Every time you go over koodo gets more money so they won't complain if you choose to do so frequently. As long as you pay your bill.
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thanks, i figured so, just remember seeing while skimming the T&C that koodo can terminate your account due to overages, but that's probably for people who go far deeper into overage than a few hundred megs.
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If you're thinking about continuously going over your limit, wouldn't it be more cost effective to just switch to a higher data plan to be safe?
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Ironically, no. If i'm under about 800mb (which I will be) then going into overage is cheaper than either switching to the 1gb plan or going with data saver.

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