Larger iPhones with Koodo

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Is there any possible way I can get a 32GB model iPhone 5S or a 64GB model with Koodo on Apple (without paying full price for an unlocked one from Apple) and get one on a tab commitment, without paying such a high amount?
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Ali Mahmood

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Ali Mahmood

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Is there any possible way Koodo can provide access to larger models for its customers, or potentially consider adding this option later on in the future

(in order to allow greater options and variety for its customers and future clients, as well as to survive with its competitor carriers and offer larger capacities the same way they do).
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That's up to koodo to decide but if enough people want more storage, they will certainly consider it but generally koodo usually offers the smallest storage options. But they do offer the 32gb htc one m8 so don't lose hope! :)
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You can always submit an 'idea' post for this suggestion! Koodo has implemented many ideas that have come from customers like you!
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When I asked about it, I was told there just isn't enough demand for bigger sizes. Ahmad's idea could spark some demand but I wouldn't hold your breath.
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Very few people would go for 32 and 64 GB iPhones as they'd be quite expensive, even on Tab L, and Koodo's target demographic doesn't typically shop for phones in that price range.

I'm not against the idea, but I really don't see it happening.

A while ago I suggested that certain phones be offered as online-only. Telus iPhones, BB10, and WP8 handsets are all compatible with Koodo without unlocking and their retail packaging has no carrier branding (save for prepaid blister packs). This could help Telus move some stock and give Koodo customers a slightly larger selection, but I'm not privy to how stock is handled so I cannot evaluate the feasibility of such an option.

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