Why does Koodo not state what (memory capacity) version the Galaxy S6 model they offer is ?

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There are a 3 internal memory versions of the S6.
I want the 128GB version - but the Koodo site does not even mention what version the one they are carrying is.
Without support for a micro-SD card for storage, anything less than 128GB is not viable for me.
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Koodo usually sells the 'budget' model phone to match their budget plans. The proce of the S6 is $750 when the TAB is included. the Retail price of the 32 GB S6 on the Telus site is $750. I doubt the S6 is available with greater than 32 GB from Koodo, based on the pricing structure from its parent Telus.
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dfbutt is correct, at this time Koodo is only selling the 32gb model of both the S6 & S6 Edge.
If Koodo gets enough requests for the larger storage size they may carry it but until then the average user is fine with 32gb and the included cloud storage and Koodo sells more devices to the average user than any demographic.
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That's problem sold state micro battery not is bad just
because comes with 8 gag after you need buy new memory
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They do state it. It's the 32gb. You would have to click on 'technical detail' tab to find it, which is kind of silly as it should state up front.

http://shop-beta.koodomobile.com/phon...
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But not on the live site. Customer should not have to look on the beta site to learn information which should be expressed on the live site.
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Well that is quite sad that they went with the smallest capacity version given that they have no microsd slot. I guess my money will go to a mew HTC OneM9 instead. I will look to see if i can get a 128MB version somewhere else first before I do this. Sbame on Samsung and Koodo for low-balling the specs like this. And for those of you who will say that 32GB is enough - it is not enough for me. I have a GS4 with 16G internal and 64GB sd and with the media and apps I have on there it is barely enough. Going to a mere 32GB with no hopes of expansion is a deal breaker for the way I use my device.

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