Promo Plans ?

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Just wondering if Koodo is currently or will be offering any promo plans for new customers ?
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Posted 3 years ago

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Chad Burr, Mobile Master

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They have some promotions through out the year but they usually don't announce them until they are posted on the website. Keep checking
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Justin Robichaud

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They will also most likely be heavily advertised.
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Also, if they do offer any promo, you will be able to change your plan whenever you want!
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They never had promo plans ONLY available to new customers. That's one nice thing about them. Anyone can any of their plans any time.
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I thought promo plans was 2 part. One for existing customers and one for new customers. As an existing customer taking advantage of Koodo Promo, I still have my Super 6 promo plan (6G@$60.00)
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No. Everyone gets access to the same plans that are in market. The 6gb promo was available to everyone as well.
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Should lower the 59 $ plan
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They can't lower the plans Dawn, because of the CRTC Ruling. When contracts was 3 years, plans cost less, because companies could recoup expenses and make their profits over a 3 year period. Then CRTC said no, only 2 year contracts. So the companies had to raise plan prices, plus charge extra dollars to the medium and large plans, in order to recoup costs and make profits over a 2 year contract, instead of the old 3 year period.
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Given the high ARPU (average revenue per user), they could lower the prices down. They decide not to do it.

Why would someone who buys his phone pay more now that those who don't their phones have shorter contracts?

E.g.
Before (3-year) $25 - 10% BYOD = $22.50
Now (2-year) $30 - 10% BYOD = $27

Can blame the CRTC for that $4.50 increase.
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Infrastructure, maintenance and labor costs have also gone up, since the CRTC Ruling. But aside from that, a 2 year mortgage has higher payments than a 3 year mortgage. So I pay cash for my house, why do I have to pay same banking fees and land transfer taxes as those with mortgages?
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