S6 edge in white

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Like to buy Samsung S6 edge in white.
You have S6 in white then why not edge
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Posted 3 years ago

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If Koodo get enough ppl asking for something they will usually do their best to try to offer it but since there's usually a significant minimum order size there will have to be a fair amount of interest before Koodo sees that it's something their customers want.
I'm with you though and would love to see the white S6 Edge offered or more so the gold Platinum color. I don't have high hopes for it as the edge is a niche device that many aren't willing to pay a $100 premium for over the regular S6 just for that very cool ascetic and some limited some what gimmicky features. That said it is selling better than even Samsung had expected over the regular S6 but the question is are Koodo's customers those willing to pay the premium.
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Hello Paul,
Thank you for reply,
As you mention in your reply it is selling better then expected. means people wants it and people are ready to pay $100 more for that device. I inquire with all carriers and everyone said they are all getting request of having S6 Edge in white(more in demand). I believe that if you can provide same product in black color then why not in White. Its same product at the end. TELUS which is same company can provide S6 Edge in white then why not Koodo. And this is not first time, Its always been like that Koodo never give any options to select to their customers.
Now I order my White S6 edge through Bell. Means you will lose customer and money.
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Actually, Telus is not "the same company" any more than Mark's Work Wearhouse and Canadian Tire are the same company. Koodo is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telus, and operates at arm's length from Telus.
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So, not "exactly" the same company, but "basically" the same company. ;)
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Sparshil Shah

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Wording doesn't change ownership. LOL Its still the SAME Company
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That comment alone tells us anything we say won't be good enough for you. Koodo doesn't have the customer base that Telus does and doesn't need to and can't afford to carry every colour of every phone. That's just one of many reasons
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Its the same company, thats why my Telus sim works in my locked Koodo Moto g :)
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I just wanna buy any Edge... I don't get it why I have to hunt around Koodo kiosks past 10 days to buy an Edge. T.T
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Because supply can't keep up to demand. Samsung greatly underestimated how popular the edge model would be going from how the Note Edge sold. It could take a little to track one down if you weren't amongst the first to grab it as soon as it became available.
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what a crap service, Only one color of model is offered by Koodo but still not available.
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Yup, that's totally Koodo's fault for the manufacturer not making enough phones...

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