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Clear Rules on Tabs after two years.


Hi, I have been a Koodo customer for over two years and recently stopped one of my phones on the plan. I was charged a tab fee for $53.72. I understood that after two years your tab would be cleared with the new cell phone laws. Looking forward to your response.

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The new rules currently only apply to holders of new contracts activated after the rules came into effect . If you upgrade your device, the new rules would then apply to you. I believe carriers are required to wipe older tabs (tabs started before the rules came into effect) after June 3 2015.
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Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.
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Mayumi wrote:

Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.

It applies June 3 2015 as far as I can tell.
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Mayumi wrote:

Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.

Mayumi wasn't talking about the same thing as you, Chad. Koodo changed to 2 year tabs on August 9th and only those who activated or upgrade on or after then qualify. And that does not go against any of the rules the CRTC has decided to impose, which technically don't officially start until December
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Mayumi wrote:

Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.

Actually I thought I was commenting on my own comment but thanks for your clarification. Unfortunately, I can not delete my comment and move it since you've commented so if anyone else is reading this disregard my statement. Thanks
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Mayumi wrote:

Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.

Reading some of the recent threads Ahmad, it seems like you are angry at the world. Why bother being here if you just pissing people off with your snarly comments?
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Mayumi wrote:

Its only apply to phones activated/ upgraded after July 14th,2013.

Can't speak about other comments without specific reference, but I really don't see anything provocative about Ahmad's response here.

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