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My wife is already with koodo when she started with them we had an old ace I she never got a new one now shewants to upgrade to newer phone ,what do we do to get a next to nothing one .

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The answer to this depends on your current tab balance (if any) and can be determined by logging in self serve and clicking the Tab menu
Chad Burr wrote:

The answer to this depends on your current tab balance (if any) and can be determined by logging ...

she went with koodo with her old phone in hand never got it there.so she hasno tab..
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First make sure there is no remaining tab (she can check on her Self Serve account) For getting a phone for $0 upfront, you have a couple of options. You can pick a tab; Tab S - $150 off any phone Tab M- $300 off any phone (requires plan over $30 or any of the current plans) All tabs are cleared automatically after 2 years at which point you can upgrade again. The moto G, Nexus 5, Alcatel idol touch x+, s4, and note 2 are all solid options to choose from. 🙂
she went with koodo with her old phone in hand never got it there.so she has no tab..
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Jason Oakley wrote:

she went with koodo with her old phone in hand never got it there.so she has no tab..

Perfect then you can upgrade whenever you like. Whatever you decide on. Avoid the galaxy ace iix if it's presented to you as an option. It's a giant waste of plastic and glass.
Jason Oakley wrote:

she went with koodo with her old phone in hand never got it there.so she has no tab..

alright chad tks .
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Jason Oakley wrote:

she went with koodo with her old phone in hand never got it there.so she has no tab..

That phone needs to just go away. The Moto G crushes it in pretty much every category except removable battery and micro SD (offset by the updated version on Rogers/Fido that has LTE and micro SD support) and the Core is a much better budget-minded Samsung phone than the Ace II X is.
alright chad tks
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If you're on a budget and/or want a cheap or $0 down small Tab phone, the Core, Moto G, or Lumia 635 are all recommendations from myself, having used all of them.
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if she brought her own phone from the beginning , she should have a decent amount of positive tab by now...definitively go with Moto G , the best budget phone on the market!
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Du wrote:

if she brought her own phone from the beginning , she should have a decent amount of positive tab...

* If you like or want Android.
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Du wrote:

if she brought her own phone from the beginning , she should have a decent amount of positive tab...

but who doesn't 😉
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Du wrote:

if she brought her own phone from the beginning , she should have a decent amount of positive tab...

Hehe, you're talking to someone that doesn't. But the Moto G is a great budget phone.

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