International Travel Pass

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Does koodo offer travel plans / passes to international countries per zone (not only USA), such as telus does? I would love to see this feature.
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Ahmad

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They don't at the moment but it's certainly a good idea that I agree with!
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Erin Leckie

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Really? What about any data plans or roaming/pay as you go? I would like to take my phone with me (nexus 4) to Nicaragua next week and use where I have WiFi, I can still do that under a current monthly plan right?
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Yeah wifi is absolutely free. Otherwise prepaid is not eligible for any pay per use roaming.
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K thanks. So I just have to make sure my phones settings are set for off besides WiFi? Just to clarify, if I wanted to make an emergency or needed call down there would I be able too? Do you know how much I would be charged if so? Thanks for your quick response!
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yes, make sure that your data is off. This should be a separate feature on your Phone and you can still keep voice/calling on.

If you do not turn off the data, you might find a big surprise on your next bill as data would be charged as $10 / MB.

The cost for making and receiving calls is $2.50 / min. and $0.60 per txt (sending and receiving).

Make sure you add the international voice roaming as an add on; otherwise you will not be able to make calls.
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Thank you for that information. It is much clearer now, and I know what to do :)

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