The Nexus 5 was released last November and was immediately available via Google Play for $350, after which a number of Canadian carriers quickly hopped on board to offer this device. Most carriers sell the Nexus 5 for a no-term price around $500, but TELUS’s sub-brand Koodo seems to be the exception as they have dropped its cost
J.D. Power says Canadians are spending less and are more satisfied with their carrier, Koodo and SaskTel top the charts
J.D. Power released its findings from the 2014 Canadian Wireless Total Ownership Experience Study today, revealing that Canadians are paying less for wireless service and are more satisfied with their carriers. There are over 30 million wireless subscribers in Canada, but these findings were based surveys with around 12,500 subscribers between October 2013 and March 2014.
The most cost effective way to score a Nexus 5 is via Google Play. However, for those who want to purchase through the carriers you might want to consider heading over to Koodo Mobile. What was once a high $500 has been reduced by a $100 to $400 retail. Koodo currently stocks the 16GB version
TELUS, Canada’s second largest carrier from a subscriber number standpoint, has a couple sub-brands in its arsenal: Koodo Mobile and the recently-acquired Public Mobile. A couple of weeks ago, we informed you that TELUS was going to redo Public Mobile’s distribution channel, making it possible for customers to buy a Koodo Mobile device within select
Koodo has relaunched its successful crowdsourcing site, Ideas, where thousands of user comments have been submitted and evaluated. The TELUS subsidiary claims that of the 1371 ideas obtained, 14 have turned into company policy, from the addition of Visual Voicemail for iPhone users to a better way for prepaid customers to pay off their devices.
Public Mobile, the one-time new entrant, was recently acquired by TELUS and they have a respectable 220,000 subscribers located throughout Quebec and Ontario. Little is known about what the future hold, but previous reports indicated that customers will eventually transition off CDMA to TELUS’ HSPA+ or LTE network. TELUS intends to permanently keep Public Mobile
This is an incredibly compelling price for those wanting an affordable BlackBerry. The Q5, it’s current entry-level BlackBerry 10 device in Canada, launched last August for as low as $350. Koodo Mobile has now price dropped the QWERTY/Touch Berry to a low $150 no-term – this is even cheaper than the newly announced Z3. A
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Remember when Koodo Mobile launched their wireless service in 2008 and had those 1980′s style retro dancers decked out in neon (see here). It was a good intro and gained attention. However, as all styles fade, Koodo rebranded their image with an outspoken wrestler named “El Tabador.” This ad strategy has been funny and well
Fresh off the news of Koodo unveiling new plans is another update. This time it’s regarding the Self Serve app for the iPhone. Now at version 2.0.1, the fix is relatively minor but brings comfort to those customers who actually want to use the app. Koodo notes that the “Login issues with multi-part domain email