Unlimited Plan

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You guys should have a promotion for unlimited data, calling, and texting for like $60 a month. I have the 6gb plan you have as a promotion and easily fill that every month
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Mac Young

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Zaphod Beeblebrox

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If you were to read previous Ideas, you would see that this has already been suggested...multiple times. Unlimited data will NOT happen as it stands right now.
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If I plan like that existed, it would be good for building a customer base. However, keeping in mind, the bandwidth strain. Pushing hefty amounts of data over a multi million dollar customer base could cause tower strain and slow service.

We must also factor that Koodo is a Sub Brand of TELUS. If Koodo were to offer this plan, imagine all the switches from TELUS. They'd loose there 7+ million customers to a smaller brand that is devoted to reduced rate plans and reduced smartphones.

If in the future, (even though not likely), I'd assume that one of the big three,
ROGERS, BELL or TELUS would offer and not there sub brands,
(Virgin, Fido, Koodo)

All The Best
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Build more towers/capacity, problem solved.
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...at $150,000.00 apiece, while at the same time reducing their income from data usage. Makes obvious economic sense.
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With the prices Big 3/ small 3 are charging, at least give everyone 10GB but don't raise the prices.
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Rocky Balboa

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Such a request would cause network overflood. More users would be streaming data excessively through the network which would cause slower internet speeds. With $150,000 a tower and the network being over flooded from excessive data streaming I wouldn't expect this to happen anytime soon.

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