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This might be a bit redundant, but I was looking for further clarification on this.  I'm scheduled to be traveling to Canada soon and was looking at prepaid options for my trip.  Is it possible upon registering to be able to use a US credit card to add plans, etc.?  I know the "How do I top up?" page says this: 

"1. Credit or Visa Debit – Register a credit or Visa Debit card on Prepaid Self Serve. For added convenience, you can also register for automatic 30-day top-ups. It’s a hassle-free way of ensuring you have service each month.

Note: Only a credit or Visa Debit card registered to a Canadian/U.S. address can be registered to your account. Other International credit/Visa Debit cards are not accepted."

Does this mean I would be able to use an American credit card to add a temporary plan?  Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Posted 2 years ago

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You'll be able to buy prepaid top up cards from any store that accepts US credit cards and sells Koodo top up cards.

What you can't do is just register your US card to top up automatically which you won't want if your just coming for a short trip anyways.
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However I can use it to add a data booster online, correct?  That's the main aspect I'm looking at.
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Yes, you can Cameron.

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