Z10/Q10 great deal on three year contract required

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Z10 and Q10 should have three year contract deals, and better than anyone else - especially for us long term customers with multiple family phones. Three year contract with phone $99.00 for two or more family phones combined under one account.
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Posted 5 years ago

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Fact: Koodo has the worst "subsidies" of all the major carriers (including their value brands). You can get up to $150 off the purchase price, and that's it. If subsidies are important to you (and for a lot of people they certainly are), you're better off with someone else. The exception with Koodo being the iphone, a policy which is apparently is dictated by Apple, or they won't allow it to be sold.
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Unfortunate, their service has been good for us but the monthly cost of the iphone takes away from the deal, at least for us...
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I hear that, and it's a completely valid position. With the plans koodo has now, you can almost get the same thing with anyone else and it'll cost roughly the same price. Might be time to jump ship if the subsidies are important for you. I'm on the 6GB plan personally, and it's good, but it's killing me that I don't have the 'premium' services the others guys offer, as soon as the 6GB promos come out again I'll be jumping ship as well.
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Sidenote: I've been on a z10 since the launch, fantastic device.
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Good to hear, still not sure about the touch versus my old BB...
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Yeah it's a tough call. I was a little concerned about the switch to at first (coming from a 9900), but the keyboard is about as good as it gets for a virtual one. It really does learn your sentence structure and typing preferences after a few days. I can type about as fast now as I could on the 9900, so I'm happy. But it's all personal preference really, can't go wrong with either imo.

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