I think that Koodo shouldn't only sell screen but also apply them too.

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There is no one in my city (kamloops bc) that apply screen protectors professionally! I always screw up when trying to apply screen protectors to my iphone and i think it would be really cool if the koodo employees were trained to apply simple phone protectors and simple maintenance, such as cleanings, and battery changes.
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Posted 6 years ago

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Ahmad

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I actually think that is a great idea, especially for new customers who first set up their phones can have them protected too! Great idea!
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Cast

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Not everyone wants a screen protector. I personally dislike them.
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Aaron MacIntyre

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If you buy your Koodo phone at futureshop, they will apply the screen protector for you.
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Aaron MacIntyre

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Actually now that I remember, I didn't even buy my phone at future shop, just the screen protector, and they offered to apply it for me. I rejected the offer, because I'm hard core like that.
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Billie Liddell

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My husband bought a screen protector from Koodo and messed it up. We spent $15.00 for nothing!!! I did not bother with mine but need to clean my screen, any suggestions out there as to what to use other than a dry cloth?? Mine is greasy and I can't stand it!!!
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Ivan, Mobile Master

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A microfiber cloth is the best. You can find them in most dollar stores with other mobile accessories.
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there are a few kiosks that do apply the screen protectors. I know at the kiosk where i work we have 2 gentlemen who apply them for our customers if need be.
its just a matter of the reps knowing how to do it properly. you can always go to future shop to have them apply the screen protectors. theres also lots of youtube tutorials on how to apply one yourself :)
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Xavier

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It's so hard to put it on!

I watched some tutorials on youtube and still messing with all the screen protectors.
I guess that's why koodo employees aren't trained for that but it would be cool. Plus, this is an extra for koodo to be selling those at the shops.

It's a great idea!
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Hey, wait a moment. Why paying for an screen protector if your phone might have gorilla glass?
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Some people like to keep their touch screens as pristine as the first day they bought their device. It obviously serves as an added layer of protection and you may be able to get a better return if you ever decide to re-sell your device and mention that a screen protector was installed since day one.
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Because some idiots (and I'm talking about myself here) do car repair with a naked iPhone 5 in their pants pocket. The phone slid out and I ended up using my phone's screen as a sanding block.
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My dad got a screen protector at a Koodo shop and they applied the screen on for him. They asked and he said yes so maybe it varies from store to store.
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If you screw up putting them on try getting the wet application ones as you can move them around and position it exact while its drying. Dont get the universal ones you have to cut theyre terrible & nobody can get them to look good lol.
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I personally cant stand screen protectors as they take away from the beauty of the display and with Gorilla glass 3 theres no need unless you go to the beach alot as sand is the only thing that can scratch it and even then it has to be rubbed on it with some pressure. I havent had a screen protector on my phone for months and dont have a single scratch. Get a good case and no worries IMO.
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I bought a screen protector at a Koodo kiosk and the woman applied it for me.
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Jonathan I, Mobile Master

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I sometimes apply screen protectors for customers, but I still have some minor dust marks/bubbles every once in a while. I'm usually pretty good at installing them as I have had one for all of my phones, but the issue is that since it's a consumable good, we're under no liability, and that might upset a customer if we screw it up.
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taking tape and using the sticky side of the tape where the dust is on the sticky side of the screen protector will pull it off ! :)
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Jonathan I, Mobile Master

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I've done that before, but sometimes it's too far into the centre of the screen for it to be effective because then I risk getting the rest of it dirty. I still have a good success rate with my screen protectors, though.

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