What happended to the Note 4? Will I have to change providers to get one on a plan?

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Dean Maclean

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Chadwick, Mobile Master

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If Koodo doesnt have it on their site its not in their lineup at this point. You can always buy one out right and bring it back to your Koodo plan! But if your looking for it to be subsidized then yes, you may have to go elsewhere. ( but we dont want you to )
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If you have a good plan, do the math over 24 months to see which is a better deal.  
At that point if another provider with a subsidy on a Note 4 costs less or has better advantages, by all means switch to another carrier.  I would
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I've had the Note 4 and now have the Nexus 6P (with some other phones inbetween) and if your not that intrested in the S-Pen then get the Nexus 6P it's better in every single way and around the same size with the same size display but WAYYYYY better sound with the dual front facing speakers. The camera on the Nexus 6P is better as well and probably the most impressive camera I've used on a smartphone to date.

If your really stuck on getting the Note 4 then call around to your local Koodo kiosks you may just find a place that still has one in stock.
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I don't know why you'd get a Note 4 subsidized unless Koodo's retail price and associated Tab setup is lower. It's a year and 4 months old already, so unless it's a good deal, you're better off taking the 6P. It probably won't be updated beyond 2016.
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Yeah the 6P is definitely a better choice. Plus you get the Android updates before any other phone. Which is a plus.

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