I am perplexed by the change that will happen on April 19th.
My understanding is that I can have up to 5 lines on a Koodo account that's over 90 days old (please correct me if I'm wrong). One customer service rep said if my credit rating is top notch, I can add a 6th line. I don't know if this is true.
Going by the rules of refer a friend, I can "refer myself", in the sense that I can refer from one line to another line on the same account, regardless of who uses the added line. Also, the $300 credit cap is "per line (subscriber)" not "per account".
If I add another line to my account, does my annual referral limit double?
Sure does! The referral credit limit of $300 per calendar year is per subscriber, so if you add another line on to your account your limit will become $600
Can I refer someone who I add on to my account?
Sure, no problem!
I'm stumped by the change:
The email address I originally registered with for the Koodo Refer-A-Friend program is the SAME email address I use to log in to my Koodo Self Serve account. How does that affect how I log in?
As of April 19, 2017, your profile will be linked to your self-serve account, and you can log in to your Refer-A-Friend profile with your Koodo Self Serve account credentials to make referrals and check your referral history.
Self-serve log in is for the entire account, not just for the line/subscriber.
How do I refer added lines to the same account?