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I have a Kelowna, BC number (VOIP) for my home phone. If I get a Kelowna, BC number for my cell phone, will all numbers in Kelowna be considered local so I don't have to pay long distance? My home number is 250-448-****. I was considering a 250-808-**** number, just want to make sure it would be local to call my home phone. Any body know?
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Unless you have a very old Koodo plan (or an iPhone 3yr contract on Koodo), your airtime is most likely to be Canada-wide Emily. So I would not worry too much about it.

If you're a new customer, then all plans are Canada-wide, so have no fear :)

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