After a nice meeting, an idea has come into my head. Summary : Give low-users data a free month with a pre-determined amount of data (amount to be determined) so they get to know what is the world with data on their phone. After this free month, they will automatically be charged a determined amount for this data add-on that can be removed if they want to. Similar to a Netflix subscription. How can we incite people that don't use much data to actually use some more? If we give them a free month add-on of a predetermine amount of data to surf the internet, check e-mail, get directions, social media, watch some videos they will then be addicted to and, like a drug (internet is a drug isn't it?), will want to pay money to continue to have this service. Pay attention that this is not actually free data for everyone. Only for low-users under a certain amount of usage / month. BUT, keep in mind that, following the concept of supply and demand (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_and_demand
), if usage increases (more money in Koodo's pocket) and supply remains infinite (data is already offered to all of us, using the network won't bring extra charges) will lead to a lower price for the same amount. Therefore all the customers will be happy. This is only a supposition though. After their free month, they will be announced that they have the possibility to continue paying an X$ amount to continue using data for the future months. Yeah, this idea also incorporates the fact that we should have some kind of data add-ons. What do you guys think? What is the amount of data for a low user to be happy? Keep in mind they won't surf a lot and they will maybe don't know how this functions Do you like the idea of data add-ons? Do you think this will attract new customers? It's a revolutionary system never seen by the big three yet. And this is what Koodo has been trying to do since they came in the cellphone industry, no? Show some support!!