140

Koodo rolls out $55/month Unlimited talk, text, 5GB data promo in Saskatchewan and Manitoba

74BE7BBE-C9D0-4FA2-AAE1-69F0AEF545FF

El Tabador, Koodo’s mascot, has launched a promo plan that is specifically designed for those in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. This is a ‘limited time offer’ and is a solid deal. Here are the finer details of the plan, but make sure you compare to other competing offers from SaskTel, MTS, Virgin and Fido.

$55/month includes:
- Unlimited Anytime minutes
- Unlimited Evenings and weekends
- Unlimited incoming calls
- 5GB data
- Unlimited messaging (text and picture)
- Canada-wide calling and Unlimited Canada-wide calling
- Call display, voicemail, call waiting and call conferencing

Source: Koodo Mobile
(Thanks tipster!)

  • Jérémy Letendre-Côté

    5 more dollars than my 600 min can wide and 1 gig data, why not Alberta Koodo why not??

    • Liberal Phone Person

      blame privatization of telus and BCtel. you guys would have killer cell plans if your government wasn’t so conservative.

  • Sukdis Knaatz

    What, what, what?? Competition actually works??
    Who would have thunk it…

    • Allwayswrite

      Its not competition for Canada when its only offered to 5% of the country.

    • Sukdis Knaatz

      It is still competition within certain provinces, where companies exists, which are not part of the Big3. And look what is happening.

    • Allwayswrite

      That is true, but no offence, 5% of the country does not translate to long term change. This is exactly what it says it is… a limited time offer..not long term competition.

    • Sukdis Knaatz

      Localized competition is still competition, and this is what I have been alluding to in my original post. Big3 have to do better to compete in areas where additional companies operate – SaskTel, MTS, TBaytel, etc. And look – they CAN do better! They just have no reason to do so in most parts of Canada, so they don’t.

      Things would likely be different in the rest of Canada, if there were to be a strong 4th (and 5th?) player, who is not affiliated with the Big3.

    • James Marshall

      Atlantic Canada has Eastlink Wireless now, but none of the Big 3 does anything to try to compete.

    • southerndinner

      This’ll stick around for a while. Telus, Bell and Rogers adapted their data plans to SaskTel and MTS a while ago and never changed it, doubt Koodo will either

    • Allwayswrite

      You guys do realize that Koodo is Telus right? This is their fighter brand they use to attack markets with low ARPU in an effort to steal market share, not to make money. I can almost gurantee the big boys won’t match this. If they do, it will be a scheduled LTO to sway off contract customers.

    • southerndinner

      Everyone here knows Koodo is Telus, yes

    • FiveOD

      I agree, the Government of Canada should run a nation wide telecom like Saskatchewan does. Then we’d all get good plans because the incumbents would be forced to compete with a provider that is not beholden to the almighty Quarterly Report.

    • The Invisible Hand

      And that way, low-income taxpayers who can’t afford smartphones will subsidize richer people who can. Hooray!

    • FiveOD

      Thanks for proving again that libertarians are collectively the dumbest group on the entire planet.

    • The Invisible Hand

      Sarcasm is lost on you, Pinky.

    • FiveOD

      I get the sarcasm, champ. Your post is still astonishingly stupid.

    • Who Needs Facts

      And this sir, (I presume) is why we have deficits each year in the multi billion dollar range.

      Governments have no what a quarterly report, bottom line or budget are. They have an endless bankroll from the consumer and endless bureaucrats to pay.

      And lastly, Sasktel made a profit of $130 Million in 2012.

      Where does that money go? Back to the taxpayers? Into infrastructure? General revenue? Bureaucrats pockets?

      Just wondering – is there sales tax on a Sask Tel invoice?

  • d094

    bring this to ontario!

    • AjGhmn

      Bring this to the GTA in particular. TBay already has wicked plans.

    • Dave

      There is a good competition in Ontario now.

      I got my girlfriend who currently with Rogers and pays 35$ a month UNLIMITED data for 6 months when I threat Rogers that we leaving them to Wind Mobile.

      And she had 500 talk minutes before, unlimited messages, Vm box, etc..

      One of the most important keys is to be contract free!

      You guys just need to search for the deal and stop whining in front of the computer, Jes*s.

    • ToniCipriani

      “Threaten to leave” = Retentions.

      You’re comparing retention plans to market plans.

    • Dave

      I’m talking about competition, bottom line, the promotion I got is because of a .competition

    • Liberal Phone Person

      with rogers and pays $35 a month for unlimited data and 500 minutes?
      Calling BS on this.

    • Dave

      I wish I had a way to upload the monthly bill and prove it.
      Her three years contract is over, of course.

    • Dave

      And don’t get me wrong, I hate Rogers and have bunch of negative posts about this shitty company, but I want to be honest about competition (which seems to get better now in Ontario even without Verizon).

    • Ulfredsson The Vanquisher

      what happens after the 6 months?
      250MB and $10/100MB overage?

      short term deals are band-aid fixes.

    • kroms

      Exactly .
      Hence the 6 Months. And people drool like they are getting a deal ? LOL They do this with Cable TV and Internet all the time.

      SIGN UP ! Free ! blah blah blah….. then the truth. .. for 6 month term.

    • Dave

      Those deals are when you sign a contract, true, they know that after 6 months you locked in, the rape is easier for them then.

      Not my case. (-:

    • Dave

      In 6 months I’ll spend another half an hour and bargain for the same deal, or similar.
      If they will refuse, I will port my number to the competitors as I said. Period.

  • Zee

    This is a good deal, why can’t we get this in Ontario?

    • gezaim

      Because Ontario doesn’t have Sasktel or MTS. Looks like a little competition goes a long way.

    • Balls O’Steele

      But Ontario has wind, Mobilicity and PM. More competition than MTS and Sasktel. There must be some other reason this plan doesn’t come to Ontario.

    • gezaim

      Ontario has more competing companies but less competition. The three you mentioned have limited coverage areas with networks yet to go live with LTE. If Wind, Mobilicity and PM were grabbing more of the market share things would be different but alas they have not.

    • Super_Deluxe

      The fact that Rogers piggy backs on MTS network for both HSPA+ and LTE should tell you how well MTS is doing in Manitoba and same thing with Sasktel in Saskatchewan. That’s why the Big 3 find them more competent then Wind, Mobilicity and PM. They need a much bigger coverage and LTE for the big 3 to find them as a real competition.

    • Me Ted

      This. MTS and Sasktel are the big fish in their respective ponds. The big 3 just don’t have the same coverage in those areas, so in order to compete, they need to offer these plans. Beautiful aren’t they?

    • Super_Deluxe

      Oh yes! Enjoying my 5GB plan for $55 on Rogers LTE…or MTS LTE network :P

    • Me Ted

      I…am sad. :(

      My insider plan is pretty good though. It’s the old Sask55 with $5 for cid (can you believe it in this day and age?) and $3 for 30 min North America LD. Instead of the nationwide, I have to settle for MyFav 10…what a joke.

    • Super_Deluxe

      What does that plan include and does it work on their LTE network?

    • Me Ted

      My bad. I should have been more clear. Telus used to offer a plan called Sask55 which gave you 500mins, e/w after 5pm, 5gb data, vm20, u/l national texting, and My Fav National 10. This was to compete with SaskTel’s comparable plan in that region. Only I’m in Ontario and requested it through retentions. They caved (I’ve been with Telus for over 14 years). I tried to get nationwide minutes and CID but they balked. So I had to pay $5 for CID and $3 for 30mins of North America LD. In total, I’m in at $63/mth for that plan.

      Did it include LTE? I’m not sure only because my current device is a Galaxy Nexus (HSPA+ only). However, I do intend to swap this out for a Nexus 5 if and when it becomes available (under the assumption that it will be LTE capable). I’m also going to purchase it through Google. No more contracts for me.

    • Super_Deluxe

      That’s not too bad, it’s definitely alot better than what they offer in Ontario so I’d be happy with that plan lol.

    • Me Ted

      No you’re right. Anytime I complain about our providers and their plans it’s over what they have advertised; certainly not over what I currently have. Although nowadays, telcos won’t even go anywhere near these sorts of retention deals.

    • Nadefrenzy

      All data plans on bell (not sure about Rogers and telus) are upgraded to lte plans free of charge when you get a capable device.

    • Alex

      You’ll need to make sure the SIM card you have is capable too. If it’s a year or two old (or more) it might not be.

    • Me Ted

      Ahhh yes. Good point. I’ll have to remember that. Thanks!

    • Nadefrenzy

      Yup that’s correct. I forgot to mention that I had to pay $10 for a microsd card.

    • James Marshall

      Rogers, Fido, Telus, Virgin and Koodo plans all include LTE (with an LTE compatible SIM) unless the plan specifically states that data is CDMA only. If the plan was HSPA compatible, then it’s LTE compatible.

    • southerndinner

      Bell/Telus in SK and Rogers in Manitoba have the same coverage as their respective regional carriers so it’s not just coverage, it’s footprint in the market.

    • Me Ted

      Weird. The rep told me that they needed to offer this particular plan in Sasksatchewan because they just didn’t have the network to compete with Sasktel at the time (about a year ago). Maybe that’s changed.

    • southerndinner

      Telus/Koodo in Sask sucked before, it’s great as of a year or two ago when they entered a tower sharing agreement with SaskTel.

    • Me Ted

      Completely makes sense then. Cheers!

    • ToniCipriani

      Another case to support this: Tbaytel.

    • Liberal Phone Person

      MTS and Sasktel both started as crown corps. Unless wind is nationalized we’re SOL

    • Frederick Edwards

      The other reason is that MTS and Rogers are the only two carriers that cover 97% of the province of Manitoba. The other carriers have very tiny coverage—sometimes only the Winnipeg Brandon corridor. Look at a coverage map for Bell, Telus, Koodo, or Virgin.

    • southerndinner

      Except Koodo has solid coverage in SK because of SaskTel tower share

    • southerndinner

      WIND/Moblicity aren’t really competition for them. SaskTel and MTS hold sizeable shares of their respective market whereas WIND and Moblicity don’t in theirs.

    • Brian

      Nearly makes me want to ‘move’ to Saskatchewan. I pay 67$ for 6GB of data, 150 weekday local minutes (07-17h), unlim. eve. / wknds., unlim. txt & MMS globally, unlim. LD Can & USA, CD, Visual VM &c.

  • Ry29

    So where there is 4 players in the market, we see plans like this. Could this be competition? I’m shocked.

  • vn33

    If they can make money with these plans in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, why can’t they make money with this in the rest of Canada ?
    They sure will gain many, many more subscribers !

    • Ry29

      Especially since Telus/koodo doesn’t have a single tower in Saskatchewan . They roam.

  • Rick Morayniss

    If Ontario had this, I might switch providers

    • Blocknards

      Can you imagine if they launched this nationwide? The mass hysteria that would ensue? Stores would be flooded, phone lines jammed. Bell and Rogers would call Telus/Koodo, “What the hell do you think you’re doing!??!”

  • Super_Deluxe

    Meh, I have the same plan on Rogers except it’s 400min instead of unlimited calls but that’s OK since I don’t make alot of calls. Data and texting are more important to me. And it’s funny how we get all the great plans and they leave the rest of the country hanging.

    • pegger1

      Meh, I have the same plan on Rogers except it’s 3GB instead of 5GB but that’s OK since I never go over 3GB.

    • Super_Deluxe

      You can still upgrade to that till September 30 so it might be worth it to get that 2 extra gigs at no additional cost but you do sacrifice the Unlimited Canada wide calling and get 400 Canada wide minutes instead. Since I don’t make alot of calls it didn’t matter to me.

  • alphaswift

    Does this data plan include LTE?

    • gezaim

      Yes, Koodo runs on Telus’ LTE network.

    • Super_Deluxe

      I believe all plans from the Big 3 include LTE.

    • Liberal Phone Person

      probably a few unlimited cdma-only data plans floating around on bellus

    • Super_Deluxe

      But the data speed is very slow so that should probably explain why they’re still unlimited.

  • Dexter

    For 60 dollars you can get unlimited data on MTS along with 400 weekday minutes, unlimited after 6pm, and unlimited texting.

  • David Etienne

    Well, someone else already released a plan identical to this one, so OF COURSE Koodo followed suit. It’s not much of an oligopoly if you don’t offer identical plans at identical prices, is it?

    • Super_Deluxe

      I don’t think that matters ifthe plans are good. II’d rather them copy good plans than the garbage ones they offer now.

  • David

    If greater competition won’t lower prices (as the big 3 like to tell us) why are prices lower in provinces where greater competition exists?

    • sicsicpuppy

      You win this week’s internets

  • Thomas Ramsay

    or you can pay $30/month and get unlimited talk, text and data from Wind Mobile

    • Super_Deluxe

      We don’t have wind here unfortunately :/

    • southerndinner

      Or you can get this and have reception

    • Thomas Ramsay

      I have reception everywhere I go around the GTA and I am never roaming

    • Garrett Cooper

      I’ve gotten used to this thing called reception.

    • Alex

      Must be comforting to try and talk down WIND but the reception is just fine. So is the speed. So is my $27.50+tax bill. What you actually meant to write was “I’ve got used to getting my wallet raided”. Feel sorry for all the “OMG I WANT THIS” crowd on this thread dribbling over a $55 overprice plan.

    • Nadefrenzy

      I’m sorry but you can’t dispute the fact that Wind’s coverage is shoddy compared to the big 3 nor their lack of LTE speeds.

    • Alex

      Where I live? Coverage is perfect. Where I spend literally 99% of my life? Covered. If I do stray outside the coverage zone it still works (believe it pairs to Rogers). I’d have to make a lot of calls to rack up enough roaming charges to make my plan bad value.

      Couldn’t care about LTE. Even when I had Bell I downgraded from LTE to 3G because it ruined the battery life on the device I had at the time. Get about 9Mbit/s average on WIND…not exactly unusable.

    • Nadefrenzy

      See you’re the rare minority. Most people don’t get 9 mbps on WIND. They average about 3-7mbps. However during peak times it can drop to hideous kbps speeds. That’s not the case with LTE. In the most crowded of times, I get 5mbps min; otherwise about 14 to 30 approx. Also most of my friends’ coverage on WIND is a real pain especially in buildings (thank you AWS). I can’t rely on that. Most people share my consensus.

      As far as battery goes, my note 2 does just fine ;)

    • Moe

      I would love to be with WIND or any provider at a cheaper rate but I require a National Provider who offers Canada Wide calling from anywhere within Canada as I am not constantly in a single place all the time as with Wind zones which are oriented to a single place and once outside your zone the Roaming costs are
      astronomical.

    • Alex

      Not that expensive really.

    • Moe

      Clearly you have never used you device outside your Wind Zone. Otherwise we have very different definition’s of the word expensive
      When outside your Wind Zone – “pay 20 cents/min for Canada-wide calling, 15 cents/text and just $1/MB
      of data”
      As you can see it would be extremely easy to run a bill into the many 100′s of dollars per month when outside the small wind zone and roaming.

    • Garrett Cooper

      Lol, I travel for work and WIND is NOT in some areas I travel to. So no, what you typed IS NOT what I meant to write. What I meant to write was what I wrote thanks.

  • Jorge Rosales

    If this offer comes to Alberta I will switch in a heartbeat.

  • Sanjay Kumar

    Why not in Ontario?

    • J-Ro

      We had a plan like this with Koodo in Ontario (Toronto). It was $65 for all of that and 6gb of data. I remember it well because i called Bell and they beat the price by $1 to make me resign my contract.

  • Martini

    Were I still in Saskatoon, I’d likely jump all over this.

  • Ced2334

    Anyone know if we can get a bring your own phone discount on top of this? Could bring it down to 50 bucks if you can.

    • EvanKrosney

      I asked the rep if my 10% BYOD would still be applicable and he said yes. So yes, you can get this for 50 bucks! What a steal!

  • J. W.

    I was excited until I saw “Saskatchewan and Manitoba” =/

  • southerndinner

    This is one small piece of solace for living in Saskatchewan – our good plans.

  • Lamar

    Bring this to Alberta, and I will call Rogers to cancel right now

  • NuclearMayhem

    Damn it, I would sign up with this in a heart beat if I lived in SK or MB. Hell if I could I’d sign up for it now and say screw it to having a local number.

  • jeff

    if it’s unlimited anytime minutes does that not make the unlimited evenings and weekends claims redundant?

  • fidosucks

    There’s always a catch with these compagny. I’m pretty sure that you cannot have the maximum subsidy of 500$ with this plan. So if you want to have an iPhone, no luck. I don’t have any confirmation for this, but I know it would have been this with fido.

    • J-Ro

      That’s a fair trade. Amazing plan or amazing phone.

    • pegger1

      You choose your tab size (subsidy). Small tab is $150 subsidy. Medium tab is an additional $5 per month gives a $300 subsidy. Or the Large tab option is an additional $10 per month gives the $500 subsidy.
      In all cases you can get the iPhone.

    • fidosucks

      You can’t get an IPhone with koodo with a 30-40-50$ plans. There’s a minimum you have to take in terms of montly plan. Last time I checked, it was 65$ (plus you pay 10$ towards the phone so 75$). So my post was meant to say this is an amazing plan but probably you can’t get the max subsidy with it. But i’m not sure.

    • pegger1

      And my post was to tell you, you can get the max subsidy with this plan for an extra $10. Not all plans allow you to use the large tab for max subsidy. But this plan does and can use it with the iPhone.

  • Sean548

    I know 4 people who would signup for this plan today. Unfortunately, we all live in Alberta :(

  • rd0t

    Launch this in Vancouver and i’ll port my number over from Fido TODAY!

  • Chris Johnston

    Sooner or later everyone will be ready to just get a Sask or Man or Tbay number and then we can all have these plans!

  • EvanKrosney

    Just switched from my 60 5GB promo to the 55. With the 10% BYOD discount I’m getting it for under $50!

  • Moe

    Where are the Back-to-School Plans for Ontario?

  • Karami

    I’ve just got this plan even though I’m living in Quebec! :D

    • TheOnlyAdvantageToLiveInQuebec

      How ? I’m also living in Quebec so if I can get it, it would be cool

    • Karami

      u know that Videotron is offering a 60$ plan for 6GB and unlimited incoming/outgoing buy i within Quebec only, and since I’m already a Koodo costumer with their 60$ Canada wide plan with their limiting 250 outgoing minutes I told them to match the offer

    • TheOnlyAdvantageToLiveInQuebec

      I’m currently with Videotron with their 55$ 6gb promo, I’ll call Koodo tomorrow and give a try, thanks :D

  • Ulfredsson The Vanquisher

    Want this in Ontario. Would switch in a heartbeat.

  • Wufai

    I guess this is what the Big 3 (little 3, same companies, whatever) means by being fair. Some province is just fairer then others.

  • Brandon Weidema

    who do i have to blow to get this deal introduced in BC????

  • Victor_Creed

    Only Saskatchewan and Manitoba, fair for Canada

  • SaberX

    This is exactly what I mean…Robellus can bring down their prices across Canada a lot more than the b****hit prices they are charging. It’s just pure greed.

  • Liberal Phone Person

    Wow. OK. How about Sasktel? Tbaytel? And don’t forget MTS got its start as a crown corp. All I’m saying is that if telus weren’t privatised Alberta would have their own cheap regional carrier. Well done in missing the point.

    • The Invisible Hand

      If AGT/Telus weren’t privatized, then there would only be two national carriers, and prices would be even higher for everyone. How is that better?

      Also, competition cuts both ways. The only reason Sasktel is cheap (I’m taking your word for it that they are) is because they also have to compete against the private sector.

    • Liberal Phone Person

      are you new to canada? the big 3 hardly compete. I’ll take a market with 2 private players and a serious crown-corp regional player over 3 private players any-day. And you should too.

    • The Invisible Hand

      4 is better than 3
      3 is better than 2
      2 is better than 1

      And yes, three private carriers are way better than two private carriers and a government one would be. As bad as private oligopolies can be, state bureaucracies are far worse.

    • Liberal Phone Person

      ….. Says no one in saskatchewan or thunderbay

    • FiveOD

      Don’t bother trying to seriously debate with him, his posts deserve nothing but scorn and derision. Debating with libertarians is about as useful as debating with creationists. Both base their arguments on faith and feelings, not facts.

    • Al Chui

      Because government run everything (aka communism) was a resounding success. Sorry, but that is absurd as you claim his arguments are.

      I shudder at the thought of the bureaucracy of dealing with a 100% gov’t cellular system. We’d probably start getting nailed with roaming fees the minute we cross the street.

    • FiveOD

      You realize you’re posting on an article about how a government run telecom is successfully lowering prices for customers in its region, right? Good old libertarians, never allowing facts to get in the way of pounding out some brain dead ideological drivel.

    • Al Chui

      Yes, I do realize what this article is about. Exactly how is my point not valid? As for your assertion that they are driving down prices, for 2011 the following are the reported ARPUs for them compared to Rogers:

      SaskTel = $59.40
      MTS = $59.66
      Rogers = $58.82

      Tbaytel = Sorry, I couldn’t find it. Seems Tbaytel doesn’t release financials, like the others. Feel free to help search for it and post back in a reply. Seeing that the other two larger regional players have higher ARPUs, it’s fairly safe to conclude that Tbaytel also will have a higher ARPU.

      So tell me again how these crown corps. are driving down prices?

      Borrowing a film title, their ARPUs could be called “An Inconvenient Truth”.

      Better to slag a person that has an opposing view, rather than to actually educate yourself before you post false statements.

    • Verdic

      All ARPU tells you is how much people spend; it doesn’t tell you how much they are getting. More importantly, it doesn’t tell you what it would be if the competitive landscape was different.
      The plans here at the top is the proof. Why not offer these great plans to everyone? Because they don’t need to in the markets where is is no 4th competitor. So instead of paying $55, you pay $75. Too bad. ARPU of $60 could be 5G data, unlimited calling (as shown above), or for us suckers in AB/BC/ON/ etc, 2G data, and 250 minutes.

    • Al Chui

      There is no real “4th” competitor in any of those markets that others claim are proof that gov’t run cellular services are the greatest thing since sliced bread. SaskTel, MTS, and Tbaytel were (are) a necessity because if it had been left purely to the private sector, then coverage would have followed the Trans Canada Highway and a handful of the larger towns/cities and not much more. They also have a “Fair Use” rider on their Unlimited Data in that plan.

      I’ll grant you that ARPU doesn’t tell you what you get for that money, but a simple look at the carrier’s web-site will. Taking SaskTel’s “Ultimate 65″ as an example, there are limits to their “unlimited”, including the fact that it’s only 150 min of LD, unless you’re calling another SaskTel customer. Gee that sounds familiar… Almost like other carriers used to offer several versions of that option. Heck I’m on a grandfathered Rogers plan & have been getting free “Rogers to Rogers” calls for years.

      As for your example of what data speeds they could get, take a look at SaskTel’s coverage map. If you zoom it in to a reasonable level you’ll quickly see that the majority of their coverage is in the lower half of their own scale. So the odds of people there getting better data speeds than the rest of us is somewhere between none & less of none. 5G data is a little way off still, unless of course the governing standards body caves and lets the carrier’s marketing depts. label whatever they feel like as 5G, then it’ll be here tomorrow.

      Don’t get me wrong, I’m not defending any carrier and will willingly switch to a new carrier if they met my needs, but unfortunately unless any of the little guys expand their own network significantly, it isn’t an option for me.

    • James Marshall

      You misunderstood what the “5G” referred to. It means 5GB not “5G” as in a new standard of data, like 3G/4G etc. If you want to make a point, make sure you understand what you’re commenting on.

    • Guest

      Sorry, but if you’re going to participate on a tech blog, you should know your acronyms. GB is Gigabytes, Gb is gigabits, and 5G is the next wireless standard.

    • James Marshall

      Al, had you read my comment, you`d have noticed I was clarifiying another poster’s comment, where THEY got confused about the difference between 5G (future wireless data standard) and 5GB (quantity of data). I know ALL my acronyms, having worked in the industry (not just in Canada, I may add) for many years. If you want to berate someone, berate the person who got it wrong, not me who tried to help them!

    • The Invisible Hand

      If that were true, Sasktel and TBT would have 100% market share in their areas.

      Plus, even in Bizarro World where a gov’t-run Telus is better for Alberta or BC, it’s still worse for everyone else in the rest of the country who would have even less choice and competition.

  • PhoenixP3K

    All I need is Fido to get the same plan in Quebec, gotta keep an eye out :-)

  • Andrew Brown

    Makes the difference Canada wide is free now mostly with cell and home phones ..and most have fab 5′s or 10′s that have incoming and out going free all over Canada ..So as long as you don’t give a rats a*s about a cell phone number change ..look up some address via Kijji rentals – tell Koodoo you wanna take them up on their offer give them the new address but specify you want to be billed via email and they will comply in less than 10 minutes you will have a new number and be on the new 55 dollar plan – what they don’t tell you is if you use your own phone you will get 5 % off of that ..simple and pie ! Both for new and current customers only thing though is that your 911 calls will be rooted to that area in which you gave ( area code ) koodoo give you …but 911 reroots you anyway as most phones roam 911 in whatever area you are in

  • Rick Kenneth Restrepo Carmona

    Would it be possible to go to koodo and get a contract asking for a Manitoba number, call them with that Manitoba number, give a fake address, and ask for that plan. Once you get that plan, automatically port in your old number and change your address back? If so, sign me up

    • James Marshall

      You can get this plan with a Manitoba number and non MB address, then port and hey presto!

  • Jerry Falkiner

    So here is a question… Why CAN’T I sign up with SaskTel or MTS in Ontario? I bet they would take me as a customer in a second.

  • fraughtwith

    I was sitting on the fence because I kind of liked my $39 plan, but eventually I decided that for unlimited everything and 5GB of data that would take any thoughts of having to monitor my usage completely out of the picture.

    Of course being in-market, all I had to do was log on to the website and click a few links and it was done.

  • jerry man

    Just thought I’d share this with you guys, I managed 2 days ago…as this promo is still going on, to buy a koodo sim card and set up in store with a saskatchewan number, and before putting the sim card in my phone, go online and port muy number over from wind which is an alberta number and manage to keep saskatchewan plan. Works wonderfully

    • Jesse

      I just did this too! And I’m in AB

Trending News

Other Articles