Note 2 Upgrade from Nexus 4 - Can I use the tab until Aug 2015?

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I asked this question already but here's some more details because I couldn't quite find the right answer:
I have a Nexus 4 under Koodo Tab which started Aug 2013 and is a two year contract that ends Aug 2015. My phone plan costs around $40 a month INCLUDING the tab that I'm currently paying off for my Nexus 4.
If I were to pay off my current tab, can I upgrade to the Note 2 just until Aug 2015 using the Tab M? And if I do, does the phone cost $0 or $150 (With tab M)?
So does the Tab M still qualify under this plan, and again, I'm just wondering if i can get the Note 2 until Aug 2015.
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Isn't this the same question : http://community.koodomobile.com/kood... ?

You can upgrade whenever you want if you pay Tab.
The phone would be eligible for Tab M at 0$ or Tab S for 150$
Your plan qualifies for tab M since it is higher then 30$ (40-5 = 35$)
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Yeah, I wasn't so clear on whether I could get it or not with my plan. Thanks for replying so quick.
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"...can I upgrade to the Note 2 just until Aug 2015 using the Tab M?"
I don't know what do you mean by "until Aug 2015 using the Tab M"
But If you paid off your current tab now, you are done with it.

Then you can start a fresh tab to get a new phone right away.
Retail price of Note 2 is $300, so you will pay $0 for the Note 2 if you use the tab M.
And say if you buy it with a new tab next month, then your tab will be clear in 24 month ( by February 2017)
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Once you upgrade to a new phone then your 2 years begins again on the day you get the Note 2 and take a new tab, so the date of August 2015 becomes irrelevant

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