Koodo is currently offering various different types of service (CDMA, HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE) with various data speeds. But everyone is paying the same amount across the board for the same coverage. Considering the possible speeds in LTE 1GB isn't really enough coverage, while on a CDMA phone (I will NEVER upgrade HAHAHAHA!) it's next to impossible to even get to 1GB in a month. I suggest the price and coverage of a Customer's data plan reflect more the type of cellular data they're using. LTE users, for example, can have access to larger amounts of data for a higher plan cost OR if they only want the LTE phone as a status symbol they can block LTE data only (just use HSPA) and go with a cheaper plan. It's a skeleton of an idea, I know, but I think with a little work it can mean big things for Koodo.