Tab Payment

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i wanna pay off my tab quickly so is it possible to make an occasional payment of 30 dollars towards the tab at my local koodo retail store? or do i just have to pay off the tab all at once. Tips on paying off tabs would be very helpful ( im at-$103) and what is a smart pay charge.
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Only way to pay off your Tab sooner is to cancel your account or upgrade your Tab. You can't overpay into it
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Hi Myke, a customer can actually pay off the Tab directly through his Self Serve account as well! Thank you.
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Oh snap yes that's right
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Are my posts blocked?lol
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I can see your posts Rocky.
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They are not, Rocky! I know you mentioned it already :)
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I don't really see why you would want to make small Tab payments anyway? I understand it would be easier to handle than paying it all at once but Koodo's paying the Tab for you + any Smart Pay charge you see on your bill (for Medium or Large Tab).
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You can pay off your tab at anytime. But it would have to be the whole ammount. You can bill yourself out for this through yourself serve.
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What is koodo Smart Pay Charge?
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More information?maybe the tab charge?

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