I have been with Koodo for almost 3 years now. I have a very basic prepaid plan. The basic plan tops up automatically but I bought my first data booster (500 MB) a few months back and it is nearly used up. Will it top-up automatically too? Or do I need to buy another data booster manually?
I actually bought a second data booster for 1 GB a moment ago for $30 but I realize I should have asked if my original data booster would top up automatically; if it does, then I should probably cancel the second data booster. (Or replace the first one with the second one since the cost per MB is cheaper for the 1GB booster).
Can the newly purchased booster be returned if I want to do that? If so, how would I do that?
Your data booster does not automatically top up. You need purchase one each time the previous run...Yes, once a booster is used up your other booster will be used. As per Bobs picture, they might use both at the same time if you have more than one booster of the same thing. One day they might count data used from one booster and then the next day count data used from the other. No idea why.
Your data booster does not automatically top up. You need purchase one each time the previous run...It's bizarre that it can draw from either data booster and does so unpredictably but it doesn't really matter. The smaller one will be used up soon enough even if it dips into the new one occasionally. Thanks for clarifying the behaviour of the boosters, Mats.
Your data booster does not automatically top up. You need purchase one each time the previous run...It's not entirely unpredictable. I had boosters going and then bought the "bonus" ones on sale. Those instantly started to go down instead of the originals which maintained their balances. Otherwise, when the customer runs out entirely, he's wondering why there are no more "bonus" boosters to be had.
Your usage summary will look something like the pix below. Several data and talk boosters can be going at once. Minutes and data will usually start draining from the "bonus" ones first, since they are cheaper but have really only been offered a few times in the last few years.
Your usage summary will look something like the pix below. Several data and talk boosters can be ...Bob, just curious, you have a US roaming 250 text booster. Text limit shows 488. There is no * beside text limit as the talk and data boosters have. How did you get 488 texts on a 250 text booster?