There seems to be this general idea amongst wireless companies that all elderly people want, or need, is prepaid for their phone service. This idea is so deeply rooted that many elderly folk believe it themselves. And why shouldn't they? For a large contingent of Canada's elderly population who live on a fixed income, having a cell phone is an added expense they feel thru neither want , nor need. Perhaps this stems from the notion that these items, while useful, are completely over priced. They would be right. I'd like to purpose that Koodo take the steps to change that. Create a plan for senior citizens. Here's the thought... 1. We start with making a plan that is reasonable, but packed with value. $16 a month before the tab. Plan would come with 50 nationwide anytime minutes and unlimited text with call display and voice-mail. No nights and weekends, as this is just a starter El Senior Citizen plan. 2. Code the activation system so that only members who are 65 years and older qualify for the plan, and they must be the financially responsible party. 3. Next, make this plan only available on standard flip phones ( like the Alcatel OneTouch A392A) or BYOD. Show these people who have come before us that they matter, and Koodo cares. Be the first company to put focus back on these customers, and place value in them, that they will place back into Koodo.