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  • 27 October 2020
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Hi There, I've been with Koodo for a while now but have recently received an offer from Freedom that will provide each line on my account 10GB+10GB for the same price as I am paying now ($50/month for 4GB). Before making any decisions to switch my service I thought I would ask if Koodo can match this offer or provide additional data at no extra cost to my current plan.

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Best answer by Robert T 28 October 2020, 01:21

You came to the wrong place. Here on the community we can’t offer you any thing. The only people able to offer you better deal are Koodo employees. 

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Go for it while it lasts!

 

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You can try to get 5GB from Koodo but that is all they are willing to do.

https://www.redflagdeals.com/deal/cell-phones/koodo-mobile-get-a-5gb-data-add-on-for-free-alberta-british-columbia-and-ontario-only/

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You came to the wrong place. Here on the community we can’t offer you any thing. The only people able to offer you better deal are Koodo employees. 

Userlevel 7
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You can try to get 5GB from Koodo but that is all they are willing to do.

https://www.redflagdeals.com/deal/cell-phones/koodo-mobile-get-a-5gb-data-add-on-for-free-alberta-british-columbia-and-ontario-only/

Based on the link you sent, the 5GB deal is already over. Koodo reps may provide the 4GB add-on, but even then that is up to their discretion.

Hi There, I've been with Koodo for a while now but have recently received an offer from Freedom that will provide each line on my account 10GB+10GB for the same price as I am paying now ($50/month for 4GB). Before making any decisions to switch my service I thought I would ask if Koodo can match this offer or provide additional data at no extra cost to my current plan.

I highly doubt Koodo is going to match the same plan. If you live in an area served by Freedom Mobile, it may be a better idea to switch and port out instead. Their signal and coverage isn't as good as Koodo, but it shouldn't be too bad if you live within the city limits.