Micro-Sim cost.

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Free Micro-Sim cards for existing clients, who bring in unlocked phones. I have been a Koodo Client for 4 years, but yet when I decided to get a new phone that wasn't available through Koodo (Nexus 4), they charged me to get a Micro-Sim, I could have easily taken my business elsewhere...
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James Arthur

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Posted 5 years ago

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They give you something much better than that James. 10% off on your monthly plan.

http://koodomobile.com/en/on/switch2k...
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Any customer who has a 0 or + Tab is eligible for the 10% discount.
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So it's one or the other once we reach Tab equals or more than $0, we get to choose the 10% discount or accruing +Tab value, but not both .. am I right?
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You've got it! :)
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I called Koodo service when I noticed my Tab was growing, so I was in positive territory.  No longer is the 10% discount offered on monthly fees.  Now the Tab just continues to grow to force you to buy a new phone from Koodo.
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Yes Michael. This thread is over 3 years old and commenting on it wasn't neccessary. Just a friendly reminder to check the dates of threads you reply to. Unless you have a question related to the topic, commenting on an old thread is considered a no-no
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Mobile Shop waives SIM card fees for customers activating/upgrading either a device and a plan or just a plan (SIM only activation). However, if you're bringing in your own device and need a replacement SIM because it's a different size then yes, we have to charge the $10...
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What constitutes as upgrading a plan? Switching to a more expensive plan?
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No, it means paying off your tab and actually upgrading your phone to a new one on a new tab.
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I usually buy my SIM cards from eBay... most are offered around $5-7 (even the prepaid ones) but of course if anything is wrong with them, I can't complain to Koodo...

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