what is koodo HSPA? what is koodo II? and data saver retention?

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sooo i was going to change my plan from the very original talk and text plan that was around when koodo came out, when i clicked change plan and selected the new Canada wide 29$ plan, it shows me a list of what im gaining and what im losing, here is said list


what exactly is koodo II that im gaining and Koodo HSPA that im losing?

also i asked on another post if i would lose my data saver add on as its no longer offered and was told yes i would as the new plan would cancel it out, but as you can see in my add-on list it is still available, if i keep it checked i assume i can keep it? if unchecked it and change now i assume it will be gone for ever? the new 5$/50mb is cheaper then the original data saver as the first 25mb costed you 5$ but after the first 50 the data saver becomes cheaper!
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Posted 4 years ago

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Zaphod Beeblebrox

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Koodo II is a behind the scenes feature. I wouldn't be concerned with that as a customer. The data saver is included with the new plans so you can remove it from you rlist of features. Koodo HSPA is a network feature which, again, you can ignore since you wouldn't be doing anything with that, yourself. Another behind the scenes feature.

There is no point in keeping the old data saver since it would conflict with the data saver in the new plan.
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Koodo II and Koodo HSPA are the same feature, some sort of internal system patch. They changed the name because it was confusing people.
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I don't see why they need to have those features for customers to see anyway...
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Completely agree with Zaphod, I think k it just confuses the customers

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