I am a Koodo customer in yukon , You are best phone company, wish have store in yukon

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Sophia, Mobile Master

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You can order most features and even phones online, Dennis, so luckily distance is no major obstacle anymore!
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Agreed with Sophia, webstore is pretty darn similar to a brick and morter physical store.

However, would be amazing to have 3rd party multicarriers out there like TheMobileShop, OSL (Walmart), Wow Mobile. They tend to have better promos.

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Provided the Walmart Store carries cellphones, there is one in Whitehorse, YT to provide service..
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Yukon doesn't appear as an option in the find a store tool so it would appear that that walmart doesnt offer Koodo phones, (as long as that tool is up to date). Something to look into though!
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Is it now possible to have a local Yukon phone number with Koodo?
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I guess it is possible. What wasn't possible is to buy directly form the store since there's no store in Yukon. I don't see why you couldn't get a Koodo Yukon number if they are offering Yukon plans.
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Because for a long time Koodo did not provide 867 numbers. Telus only started in the Summer of 2013 to provide Whitehorse (and Yellowknife) numbers. Whistleout.ca says that "local numbers are not available in the NWT and Nunavut", and since the area code is the same, I'm wondering what the situation is in the Yukon (and I'm not talking about porting numbers in, but assigning a number).