No term?

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What does 'no term' price mean? I'm a prepaid customer and at Bestbuy a phone I want is $150 no term, can I still use this phone on prepaid if I buy the no term pricing? :) thanks!
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Yup! That's basically another term for "sticker price" :)

A lil' reminder in case it's not a Koodo phone, you'll need to unlock it first before you can pop your SIM card in the new phone!
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The thing is Koodo doesn't sell phones without service so you'll need to activate the phone on postpaid in order to get it at the no term price. Other retailers may have different policies.
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Yeah, FutureShop (and BestBuy before it closed) used to let customers buy phones outright without any activation. I've done it twice at FS and once at BB. Never tried at the Koodo kiosk though.

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