No Unlimited Incoming Calls? What does that mean? What does that cost?

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Koodo is advertising a monthly data plan right now for $39 that doesn't include "Unlimited incoming calls"

Does anyone know what that means? Does anyone know the limitations of that? Does anyone know how much it costs to receive an incoming call? Does anyone know if I get a certain number of incoming calls for free each month before I have to pay?

This plan is much better than the old one I'm currently on. I pay more for 1/6th of the data, no call display, no voicemail either but I have no clue what the part about incoming calls means nor is it anywhere in the fine print. I want to switch but I'm afraid that I'll end up regretting it later on by paying a lot more every time someone calls me.

Please let me know if you know. Cheers.
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Hi there David... The 39$ plan does not include Unlimited Incoming Calls, so it means that every call you receive between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. will be discounted from your 450 daytime minutes... After 6 p.m. you have unlimited outgoing and incoming calls so you will not touch your 450 minutes... same applies for the weekends when you are unlimited...

Additional airtime will be billed at 0.45$/min
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Unlimited incoming calls will allow to receive calls 24/7 without any additional charge, the 50$ Canada wide Data plan will just allow that. it's only for limited time and you can change your plan using Self Serve - offer ends on July 2nd, 2013

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