What about rates to the USA ?

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Steve Burnside

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Posted 2 months ago

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Camilo_A

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Hi!

What specifically you want to know? 
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Steve Burnside

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The rates to call the USA
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$0.20/minute with the $3 a month long distance saver add on, $0.50/minute without it.
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BobTheElectrician

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Double minutes if you're on prepaid: calling US will cost 2 minutes for every minute of connection.
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Canada to U.S. rate have increased to 60¢/min (depending on when you got your plan)
https://www.koodomobile.com/payperuse?INTCMP=KMNew_EasyRoamCTA_PayPerUse
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In that case this page needs to be updated: https://www.koodomobile.com/help/long...
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Let's split the difference and have it as $0.55/min lol
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When did the price increase?, I saw Telus increased it, but haven't seen Koodo did. Also the rate on the page should be the referenced rate (Koodo would have to honor it, if they didn't change the rate there)
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I assume it changes around the time the Long distance saver rate changed?
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We may now be wading into the same waters as the International Long Distance Saver... existing Add-on holders maintained their old pricing at the date of change while new purchasers get to pay the new, improved rates.

Anyone needing more than casual service should investigate locking in current pricing since it's only a matter of time till Koodo catches up with Telus.
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