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If I want to buy the Samsung A5 (it's a$0 phone at Best Buy) is all I have to do is payoff my tab I have with Koodo? I'd approximate the help!
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Carlie

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Posted 2 years ago

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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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Yes , you simply pay off your tab and go get a new phone through them. Easy as pie. Tab and current bill to be safe. Also I recommend upgrading a few days before your monthly cycle ends to avoid any pro ration charges.
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Thank you so so so much!!! So my tab is like $200 so that's all I'm paying??
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Log into self serve > View tab balance > Pay off tab
Your remaining tab balance will be added to your next bill

Go to a store and upgrade your phone.

" it's a$0 phone at Best Buy..."
- It means that you pay $0 upfront and You will pay $15/mo tab charge for next 24 months.
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Sam Dmitruk

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You don't have to go to Koodo to pay off your tab before upgrading.  Your tab balance will be billed to you after you upgrade at Best Buy
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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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Sam. I believe u have to request it to be paid off in self serve before u can upgrade as ur tab has to be 0$ before u can upgrade.
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I've actually never seen that.  I used to work for a third-party retailer that serviced Koodo.  Generally unless you were on a spending limit (or owed past-due bills) you did have the option to have the tab billed.
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That's what Im saying. U go to self serve. Click pay off tab and it goes on ur bill. But u have to select pay tab before yu can upgrade and then pay it when ur next bill comes in.

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