Thanks everyone who mentioned the code it works for me onilne, if you know others that are on koodo already get an extra $100 credit and have them refer you! then once you're on koodo refer other PM customers if they want to switch I think you can refer up to 3 customers $300 off, def worth trying!
How does switching over to Koodo works? After I entered the code and everything, I get $100 bill credit. Can I still add a referral code/link and get another $100 = total $200 credits? If so, can someone message me with a referral code please? I might take the $40 6GB offer.
Thanks in advance! 🙂
Just got this text. Very tempted to switch. Not because I need the data, but because I'm kind of worried about what is going on with PM... The secrecy and the desparation does not inspire confidence.
Don't know what to think !! Seems suspect to me and I wish PM would be transparent about future plans having pulled this in the first place. They seem too anxious to offload customers. 4gb is more than enough for me so I'm leaning towards sticking it out, although I can see the temptation for those who need more data. Haven't heard great things about Koodo myself.
I'm willing to bet either loyalty will be removed or this is a scheme to get as many people off this plan so that the #'s are so low , they can cancel/raise eveyones grandfatherd plans . Which PM could not with such large backlash from before . Like you say , its all in the fine print . My .02
Why would they bother increasing the rates with only a few people left? More profit to be made by increasing the rates of the people that switched to the Koodo promo plan.
I can confirm that the code will work online, and plan will show, as long as you have received the text message with the promo code personally. You need to choose a random plan first, and then type in the promo code when checking out, and then go back to choose your plan again to replace the placeholder plan you selected in the beginning.
You don't need to have received the text message for the promo code to work. As far as I can tell, the only requirement, just as before, is for the Public Mobile customer to be on the Fall Promo 2016 plan. I never received the text messages (becasue I am opted out) and I can sign up online if I choose to for the 6GB/$40 plan.
I currently have the 120 day 12gb plan,
What If i opted out of getting promotional text messages would I still be eligible for this plan to switch to koodo? or do I have to opt in to get those texts, if so how to I opt back in to get texts from 513-3 (public mobile). THanks!
If you are on a elgigible Public Mobile plan (fall promo 2016), the Koodo promo code will work online.
Who can remember the promo code for Koodo SIM-Card ? I saw it at forum before, but after search can't find it , wired and thanks for any tips.
Additional to my other post. Some have mentioned things about rewards / loytalty / referrals going away, and also 3G data being what PM wants.
Both of these do somewhat make sense - to PM I mean. To us, it's confusing and annoying.
If people are going to see their discounted rate - due to referrals and other loyalty bonuses - decrease, which means their price goes up (granted it'd just go up to the $120 for 90 days that it originally cost - but you see what I mean) and that *could* cause them to want to jump ship if there is an enticing offer to Koodo.
That would mean less people on the Fall 2016 Promo (that's the correct one, right? 12GB/$120/90 days LTE - that the one I'm on about)
Other PM like networks are offering 3G data, presumably as it's cheaper, and / or LTE is only for the higher tier carriers - so here that would be Koodo and Telus.
With fewer people from the Koodo offers, they could think they might then get away with more, or example trying to lower it from LTE to 3G, because, you know, less people to complain.
Yeah, good luck with that plan. If it wasn't obvious there are a lot of very vocal people, and those who will more than likely still be here, as the promo plan could well still provide a better option than any other offers out there. Thus if something snekay is attemped (again! 😉 ) then a bigger fuss will be kicked up.
I know I'm not going anywhere, and if sneaky changes are attempted, I'll be very vocal about it everywhere.
I just called Koodo and they will give you a SIM card for free if you go to a store.
I was also able to confirm that it is 6GB LTE data and not 3G data which is a big deal.