Tab vs Tab Plus with iPhone 6

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Why is it that according to the website, if I take an iPhone 6 with the “normal” Tab at $414 up front + ($15x24mths) it comes to $774. But if I take it on Tab Plus, it comes to $100 + ($21x24mths) it comes to $604 in total for the same iPhone 6. This is a big difference that you end up paying over 24 months even with more money upfront for the "normal" Tab ...

What is the logic behind that except the plans that are more expensive ?

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Posted 2 years ago

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Because the iPhone 6 is on sale on a Tab Plus and has an additional discount that isn't applied to your tab but just simply a discount.

Tab Plus requires more expensive plans so you actually will end up spending more by the end on a Tab Plus with a Tab Plus plan.
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you're gonna pay $15/month more for a plan on tab plus, so that's $360 over 2 years.
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Regular tab is (up to) $15/month. Tab Plus is $21/month
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perhaps I'm confused.  According to Koodo's "plans" page, at least the way I read it, there are separate plans for tab plus only.

I mean the cost of the plan itself, not the money you'll pay that pays-down your tab

https://www.koodomobile.com/rate-plans
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You're right, Danny. On a Tab Plus, you have to choose from a Tab Plus plan and there is a $21 monthy Tab charge added on the bill.

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