I have a question regarding the easy roam.

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I have a question regarding the easy roam. It says in the details that there would be a cap of 100/billing cycle. does that mean that if i use it more than 10 days (which would be 100 based on 10/day), that I only get charged 100? Or does the easy roam no longer work after 100 limit and I would be on regular roaming then?
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Dennis, Mobile Master

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It means you only get charged $100 for that billing cycle
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Erwin

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and you can continually use your phone without getting charge extra for the remainder of your billing cycle
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Based on your regular Canada plan.  If you go over your Canada plan, then the same overage occurs
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Just pay attention that your billing cycle might differ from you travel dates so you might live with the impressions that 10 days + is 100$ and that's it. If you're in between 2 billing cycles, you might get charged up to 200$. 
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The $100 per billing cycle is limited for one roaming location, I believe. If you travel or transit to 2 or more different countries. Each country has a limit of $100/billing cycle.
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Only if going between US and International.  International is considered as 1 big country (minus the exception countries)

Details here
https://www.koodomobile.com/help/easy-roam?INTCMP=KMNew_EasyRoamCTA_SeeOurHelpArticle
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huh, I thought they separated US and international because of the rate difference?

I saw one thread of one customer before, he traveled to 2 different countries other than US, and was charged for both separately. I couldn't find the thread again. I might be wrong though.