Wondering if I can get the 65 plan with 3 gig bonus data by changing my byod current plan

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Keith Tisdale

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Posted 3 months ago

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Mats

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Yes you can change your plan from your current BYOD plan.
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Keith Tisdale

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And the 3gig bonus data for 24 months will be applied?
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If you purchase a new phone the bonus add on will be applied.

https://www.koodomobile.com/rate-plans?INTCMP=KMNew_NavMenu_Shop_Plans

$65 / Month

+ applicable monthly tab charge

3 GB of Shock-FreeTM data4



Unlimited Canada-wide anytime minutes



Unlimited messaging (text & picture)1



Call Display, Voicemail, Call Waiting, Conference Calling and Unlimited Canada-wide Family Calling3



Additional data $7/100 MB; additional talk rates $0.60/min

$30 connection fee (including SIM card) applies when purchased in store

$0 connection fee (including SIM card) when you order online!

Bonus 3 GB of data available



Bonus 3 GB of data for 24 months is applicable with the purchase of a new phone with the Tab.

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Under the byod plans it reads 3 gig bonus data for 24 months.. Misleading if you have a phone and a existing plan then you don't need a phone under The Bring your own device. Guess I am going to call Koodo and get a clarification on the byod bonus data
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Thanks everyone for there replies and comments. Byod to my understanding is that I don't need a new device and that is why I look at plans in the byod section. Again misleading to put the offer in the byod plans and at the very bottom say only if you purchase a phone.
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They generally meant that you get a discounted rate or a better plan in exchange for not using the tab.

Welcome to fine print 101. This is extremely mild because it at least is in the plan details and not what Koodo calls fine print (nitty gritty).

I checked over the RFD forums and I guess the system allows for byod. If you can't circumvent it online then it's something that you'd have to do in person or over the phone.
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I will let everyone know how I make out. Thanks again everyone
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The reason they place it under BYOD plans is because it is also applicable to new new activations as well. In your case it is not a new activation and would only be applicable with a new phone upgrade on tab
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The reason they place it under BYOD plans is because it is also applicable to new new activations as well. In your case it is not a new activation and would only be applicable with a new phone upgrade on tab