Switching over with my current phone??

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I am a monthly customer with Koodo currently, and my Tab is just about up. Can I switch my current phone over to prepaid once I either pay it off or it runs out? Thanks.
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Posted 3 years ago

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You can switch over to prepaid at any time you want you just have to pay what's owing on your tab and any outstanding balance of your monthly service charges. Just port your number from your monthly account to a prepaid account and get a new SIM Card at your local kiosk. Don't cancel your monthly account before you port your number if you want the same number, just port the number and when it's ported you'll automatically be charged a final bill with the tab owing still and the outstanding balance for your service.
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Thank you and the prepaid plan amounts, is that for each month? I haven't been on prepaid since phone cards were the main source for minutes ie) eons ago lol
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Base plans are per month yes but boosters you buy for minutes and data roll over each month until they're used up just keep your base plan up to date each month and add boosters when they run out.
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They are for 30 days
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Paul had addressed that 12 hours ago.... For the sake of keeping the community less messy, we shouldn't answer questions that have already been answered.
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Sorry I should clarify. Prepaid base plan amounts are per 30 days and not per month
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Sorry that's what I meant I just always consider 30 days a month but I get how that can be confusing me not being specific

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