You can totally do that! The only thing you'll need to do is buy a nano sim (10$) and then activate it in self serve. Self serve>change mobile phone>follow steps> activate and done! Afterwards insert the new nano sim into your phone and you're good to go.
Does your area have LTE coverage Darrin? Here's the coverage map http://help.koodomobile.com/coverage-long-distance-and-travelling/coverage-maps But to be honest while LTE is faster, 3g has been perfectly fine for me and drains my battery far less quickly. Anyways, hope that helps
What phone do you have tegbir? You can either swipe away the notification by swiping down then swiping the notification to the right on android. Or on iOS you can just open the phone app, check voicemail and the red icon on the corner of the app will disappear.
Hi J, I agree it's pretty strange how it only shows the tab plus for iphones. Although the normal tab should be available for it too. Since Apple usually get carriers to show their phones with the highest subsidy in order to make them seem "cheaper". Hope that helps
Paul has one! He'll probably chime in later From what I've heard though it's a pretty solid device. It's not the absolute fastest phone, but it's relatively snappy. It also has a great camera, and the battery typically lasts a day and a half of moderate use from what I've heard.
I also wanted to mention that you should add your credit card or Visa debit to your prepaid account as you will then receive a free 100 minute talk booster! Also you should use automatic top-ups on your account because then you will receive a 10% credit every time you top up. Lastly, your base plan...
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