I have a very old phone with no sim card and I'd like to upgradeand keep my current rate plan. Possible?

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I have a very old phone (RAzr) with no sim card and I'd like to upgrade to an unlocked Moto G. My current rate plan is Serving Size 50 ($15 a month). Will I be able to keep this rate plan with the new phone?
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I don't think that you can keep a CDMA phone plan when upgrading, but I could be wrong. I'll check.
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Hmm,  I never thought of that.
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Thanks!
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Is it a Pre-paid or Monthly plan?     Either way you just need to Purchase a Sim at a Koodo Kiosk and update your phone and SIM info on Self Serve.
No Plan change required :)

Wait and see what info Ivan gets you.
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It's a monthly plan. I was going to buy an unlocked phone at Staples. Moto E 2nd Generation.
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Wait, upgrade to an unlocked Moto G? Koodo doesn't sell it unlocked - in fact, no carrier does. Are you getting the Moto G from another source? If so, then yes, your plan would still work.
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I was going to buy an unlocked phone at Staples. Sorry, not Moto G. Moto E 2nd Generation.
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Since you're buying the phone yourself the yes you can keep your plan, however you need to buy a koodo postpaid sim card for 5$ from a kiosk or other retailer.

You can then swap your service over to the sim card via self serve.
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OK, cool. Thanks for the info. The sim card is a one-time purchase?
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Should be
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Yes, unless you switch to another phone in the future that uses a different size or it becomes defective.

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