Nope, I'm not. I'm using common sense for your situation. Apologies if you are offended by that.
Did you look at your bill (complete bill, log into Self Serve to review it ) to see why? Or are you just throwing around random assumptions instead of fact checking?
If you want assistance for the tab, you will need to call Koodo and ask.
There used to be a security deposit but Koodo removed that requirement.
You would be charged for the replacement of the phone. It's never wise to keep the loaner phone. You are required to return the loaner phone.
It doesn't matter if they are the only carrier to offer it, if their coverage area is terrible, that's not going to attract many customers. Koodo has 96% CDMA coverage across Canada. Wind does not.
If you were concerned about returning the phone, why did you not ask at the time of purchase?
Custom plans would over complicate things. Koodo wants to remain as simple as possible.
If it shows up in your features, then it's been added and it is currently in effect.
It's not prepay for next month, it's paying the month in advance. Ex: You activated on August 6, and your billing ends on August 11, your billing cycle is August 21 - Sept 20. So you would have the Prorated days (Aug 6-11) + Month in advanced(Aug 21 - Sept 20).
That's the problem. Koodo's website isn't meant to be browsed on a mobile web browser. You're better off to do it from a computer.
Application updates, push notifications, etc.
You could always call your bank and ask why it takes that long. They should be able to give you general information.
$150 repair. Trust me, it's worth it.
Call in to have voicemail service reset.
If the screen is freezing, try a factory reset. If that doesn't work, bring it in for repair if it's under warranty.
Then buy it from Google if you want it for Google's price.
What, not where .
I want no rent for a year at my apartment but I don't see that happening anytime soon.
Plus think of how much longer the lines would be. Shaw has long line ups because of being able to pay the bill there.
The system does not know if you're calling a landline or a mobile phone.
It would be price plan + cost of phone /24 months.
Do away with the tabs completely, put cost of the phone on the bill for 2 years.
Or show a calculation of previous minutes remaing(or a negative if they gone over on their old plan) and a calculation of remaining minutes on new plan.
That's why it's called proration. It's a prorated amount from the date of change to the end of the billing cycle for the old rate plan and for the new rate plan.
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