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Thread: Koodo Out of Province Plans (QC $56 Plan as of Aug. 19, 2018)

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    They cant take plan away (unless you agree to it)

    Most likely a telemarketing call
    Koodo $40 Canada Wide + 8GB + 1000 Intl LD
    Public $120 Province Wide + 12GB - $6 Autopay - $12 Loyalty - $45 Refer = $19 per Month
    Freedom $35 ($37-BTS) North America Wide + 8GB + 1GB Roaming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pir8pete View Post
    NEW FOR STEP 4

    4) On the 1st Day of your billing cycle, change your plan (Click on Overview -> Track your repair -> Change Number)
    Sooo.... track repair link is gone... now what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djkaozz View Post
    Sooo.... track repair link is gone... now what?
    Give it a couple of days and a new loophole will be found.

    EDIT: OK, here is how to do it.
    Log into your Self Serve account and then go to this URL:

    https://secure.koodomobile.com...erv...one_num_change

    You'll be shown the old web interface where you can choose a Quebec number.

    Have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TadMorose View Post
    Give it a couple of days and a new loophole will be found.

    EDIT: OK, here is how to do it.
    Log into your Self Serve account and then go to this URL:

    https://secure.koodomobile.com...erv...one_num_change

    You'll be shown the old web interface where you can choose a Quebec number.

    Have fun!
    Link isn't working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsproul View Post
    Link isn't working.

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    Somehow the URL got truncated. Here is the correct link:

    https://secure.koodomobile.com/accou...one_num_change

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    The best way to post a URL so that it doesn't truncate is to fool this message board into thinking that the long string is just a bunch of alpha numeric characters and not a URL. Just put a space after https:. Now it is easy to copy, paste the string and edit out the space.

    https: //secure.koodomobile.com/account/selfserve/postpaid/phone_num_change

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    Quote Originally Posted by agenkin View Post
    Is anyone getting phone calls from KOODO? I wonder what they can be about.

    I've been on QC plan in ON for almost 2 years now. For the past several weeks I've been getting phone calls from KOODO. I've been declining them (because I don't want to spoil my QC plan), and they don't leave a voice mail.

    I wonder if KOODO wants to offer me some sort of a deal to switch me over to an ON plan. I'm wondering whether anyone else is getting those phone calls.
    They called me today (I’ve been on the Quebec $56 8gb plan since 2017). I answered, CSR offered me a $75 for 15gb plan for being a good customer. I said I’d think about it but at the moment I don’t need more data. Sure, I was a little worried, but no reason to hide.

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    Believe it or not, I have just read through every post here looking for an answer to something, but do not see it. I ported into Koodo from Virgin a few years ago with this trick and still have the MB $48/5Gb plan. Given that I find myself using more and more data by the year now, I want to upgrade to a better OOP plan. Can I have instructions on how to accomplish this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsproul View Post
    Believe it or not, I have just read through every post here looking for an answer to something, but do not see it. I ported into Koodo from Virgin a few years ago with this trick and still have the MB $48/5Gb plan. Given that I find myself using more and more data by the year now, I want to upgrade to a better OOP plan. Can I have instructions on how to accomplish this?
    QC plans are the only ones that still work with the loophole.

    Assuming you want to keep your number.

    Go to a Koodo store, open a new account and get some cheap BYOP plan. Make sure to give them an email address that is different than the one you use with your current Koodo account.

    Register for Koodo Self Serve with the new account. Use the link I posted a few posts back to get to the old Koodo site and change the number to a QC number.

    Wait for the next billing cycle. This could be 4-9 days or 14 days or could be as long as 30 days. It's inconsistent these days.

    On the first day of the new billing cycle choose a QC plan.

    Go to Koodo again and get a prepaid SIM. Make sure to use yet another separate email address for Self Serve registration.

    Port your existing number on top of your new prepaid line.

    Port the number from prepaid into your QC line.

    Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TadMorose View Post
    QC plans are the only ones that still work with the loophole.

    Assuming you want to keep your number.

    Go to a Koodo store, open a new account and get some cheap BYOP plan. Make sure to give them an email address that is different than the one you use with your current Koodo account.

    Register for Koodo Self Serve with the new account. Use the link I posted a few posts back to get to the old Koodo site and change the number to a QC number.

    Wait for the next billing cycle. This could be 4-9 days or 14 days or could be as long as 30 days. It's inconsistent these days.

    On the first day of the new billing cycle choose a QC plan.

    Go to Koodo again and get a prepaid SIM. Make sure to use yet another separate email address for Self Serve registration.

    Port your existing number on top of your new prepaid line.

    Port the number from prepaid into your QC line.

    Done.

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    So the loophole is officially closed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Z24 View Post
    So the loophole is officially closed?


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    Seems like it....

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    its that real loophole closed,
    I got new sim online, but I can't able to change Quebec#, there is anyway I can get quebec plans at this moment.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayti View Post
    its that real loophole closed,
    I got new sim online, but I can't able to change Quebec#, there is anyway I can get quebec plans at this moment.

    Thanks.
    Yes, the loophole is gone for good.

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    Despite it being closed, Cellphoneman.ca is now offering a 25GB/$60 plan though. Anyone know where that's coming from?

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