How I know what the overage rate for data is on my-no-longer-offered plan?

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How I know what the overage rate for data is on my-no-longer-offered plan?
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James

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Daniel Kim, Mobile Master

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http://help.koodomobile.com/self-serv... It should say in your plan details
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Keith Richmond

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Daniel, the rate plan only reports your what is included in your monthly plan, not how overages are managed. I am not sure if the info James is seeking is available anywhere expect by contacting Koodo support. 
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I phoned and he said I pay $2/100MB.
Is that possible, it is way better than any existing plan.
It is worth paying the overage instead of getting a new plan.
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It may well be. I phoned as well.  In my case it is $5 for 200 extra MB.  If I use that up, I pay $5 more for the 200, and so on.  Not quite as good as yours, but very close, and certainly a great deal.  
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@ James
My kids have old plan and their data overage rate is $0.02/MB.
That's  explain you will pay $2 for your 100MB overage.
Good thing about this overage charge is that you pay what you used. You don't get charge $5 or $7.50 for 1MB up to 50MB or whatever the bucket.
So, they will keep their plan until they feel/need/want to  change :)
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Yeah it's definitely only available by calling customer service Unfourtunatley.
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Mine is $0.02/MB also.
Are all overages billed by the MB or just old plans?
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Some of  the old, old plans get charged by the MB. 
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My plan is from 2 years ago.  I get charged a flat $5 for the each 200MB of data overage, or portion thereof. 

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