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Mobile plans Koodo Mobile in British Columbia
Plan 250 MB 100min NATIONAL
Plan 0 MB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 3 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 2 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 4 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 50 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 6 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 12 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 20 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Plan 25 GB Unlimited calls NATIONAL
Cell phones at Koodo Mobile in British Columbia
Galaxy A13 5G
Galaxy S22 Ultra
Galaxy Xcover6 Pro
Galaxy Z Flip4
Galaxy Z Fold4
Pixel 7 Pro
iPhone Se (2022)
iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone 14 Plus
iPhone 14 Pro
iPhone 14 Pro Max
Moto G 5G
Moto G Power
Moto G Stylus 5G
Moto G Pure
Samsung Galaxy A53 5g
Galaxy 21 fe 5g
TCL 30 5G
TCL 30 Xe 5G
Koodo is an excellent replacement to Telus. However, I would like to see a US phone plan for those of us who winter in the south.
My phone is broken and needs replacing. I'm finished with my existing contract and looking for a new one with a tab to replace my phone.
I read a news story about this tool and want to see if there's a better plan.
I had to switch over from Public Mobile a couple years back and they held on to my previous agreement and if I need something the staff is quite helpfull..
I follow my Credit Score every month. You have to pay your phone bill before you get the bill or Kodoo ruins your credit score.
Overall, great service and coverage at a reasonable rate and no contract/bring your own phone service.
It is always there and dependable
Pricing is fair and network works pretty well
Rates were best I could find anywhere
Be careful with this company’s plans. 500 minutes means outgoing and incoming calls and does not give credit for 800 numbers. To my way of thinking it is double dipping when charging the caller and the recipient for the same call. I switched plans to avoid this going forward but will leave Koodo shortly. The plan recommended for a senior was not in my best interest at all.