Windows phone Self serve app

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i know there is only one WP but It would be get to have the Self serve app for Windows phone.

Maybe when/if koodo get some Windows phone 8 device this will happen?
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Posted 6 years ago

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Hey Boolanger, it's definitely a possibility and should we make this happen, we would announce it, but as far as I know, there isn't anything at this time :).
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Yes, I would love it if the Self Serve app was available for windows phone. (Prepaid Customer)
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Not sure if Koodo will continue to carry on selling windows phone since they appear to be the most returned phone. Probably not the best way to waste manpower on, since windows phone users can still check out our self serve app in the browser it isnt really a necessity yet.
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Chad Burr, Mobile Master

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Where did u c it's the most returned?
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Erwin, android and iphone users can also use the self serve 'app' in their browser, too. Therefore the app isn't necessary there either. As for windows phone 'appearing' to be the most returned, People are using WP expecting it to be like android, or iphone, of coarse they won't like it.
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@Chad B. personal experience as a user and seller. It is actually the most returned phone in the states, that's why upon the launch of windows phone 8, Sprint (a carrier in USA specifically said they won't carry it due to low demand), other carriers in the us who continue to support windows phone started to charge 35$ restocking fee for returning a windows phone. @jon20c well exactly but do you see banks, tv stations (CTV, CITYTV, CBC, DISCOVERY) rushing to make apps for them? Actually just recently google will stop support for google calendars, etc for windows and focus more onto iOS and android. Not other than the "expectation" to be like iOS and android, but it is also not as user friendly (a lot of people actually returned they windows for that reason alone).
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Just for my personal experience, I really enjoyed using the phone and I think they're really on to something. But of course it's Microsoft it just seems like you're always just lacking. They really need to start listening to what their customers want. The interface is beautiful it's just missing things. Bluetooth file transfer USB mass storage mode basic things. Complete lack of customization but they're on to something in my opinion

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