How can I get the caller id add-on for old $15 plan?

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I've got the old $15/month plan with 50mins and 50texts but I'm really starting to need caller id as I keep missing very important calls. I can't seem to find a caller id add-on in self serve. Anyone know how I can get it and how much it might cost me?

Also, the current cheapest Koodo plan ($30) with caller id is a bit too much for me and has way more than I need so that's not really an option.

Thanks a lot for the help.
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I don't think Koodo offer the caller ID add-on anymore...
It most likely you have to switch to current plan to get the caller ID. ( you can call customer service and ask about it.

But if your usage is within 50 min and 50 text a month, you might want to check Koodo's prepaid account.
$15 base plan includes unlimited text,Voicemail, Call Display, Call Waiting.
You can buy a Talk Booster add-on (it doesn't expire if you renew a base plan.
http://koodomobile.com/en/on/plansand...

Your plan is no longer offering by Koodo, so you won't be able to get it back if you gave up. Compare what you have now and what you will get with a prepaid or current monthly plan before you switch.
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Thanks but I need to stay on post-paid so I can get the family calling as I have 2 other lines on the account.
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Sadly Koodo's cheapest postpaid plan is $30 now, as you already mentioned.
However you do get more than you have now: caller ID, voicemail, 100 anytime minutes, unlimited calling after 5pm/weekend and unlimited texting.
There is nothing in between I'm afraid, it's either that or prepaid as Mayumi suggested :(
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Thanks, hope there are better options in the future, will have to live with my 15$/month plan for now.

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