Discussion in 'Mobile/Electronics' started by VanillaBraun, Jul 2, 2009.
if u txt outside of canada it'll cost u 25cents
u should prob just stick to fb or msn
i'm pretty sure it's 25 cents per message that you send outside of canada so that includes the US and everywhere else.
im not 100% sure but i thought koodoo includes text msgs within canada i think its best if you call to the kiosk and just ask instead of calling customer service because that takes forever
you should just get un-limited text. can't you text anywhere in the world then for free?
^ I'm pretty positive unlimited texting is within Canada.
well i think Arizona might be listed under the countries in this add-on
Unlimited Messaging (Text and Picture)* $5/month
Keep your fingers flexed. The Unlimited Messaging side lets you send and receive text and picture messages to virtually any digital wireless phone in Canada, the U.S. and 90 other countries.
Restrictions: *Includes international text messages. Excludes premium messages.
i hope this helps
Oh well, i had un-limited texting, but i'am from Canada.
un-limited is sOO much better..=)
all of koodos texting in plans or add ons included international so US, etc, etc!!! i know should know im with koodo and text almost none stop to Peru and ..huge surprise on my bill it charges me $0.00 everytime!! =)
^AmourDolce, .. the unlimited texting for koodo is everywhere all over the world =) gotta love'em!!, Fido,Rogers,Bell,Solo, and Virgins unlimited texting is within canada only, which sucks and thats why im not with them
I have the "healthy balance" plan.
I got unlimited international texting + 100 minutes anytime, and Unlimited Evenings (7pm-9am) and Unlimited Weekends.
I added caller ID for $5/month
I have sent texts to Australia, Hawaii, Toronto, and other places. I didn't get charged extra.
I have also sent texts from Seattle to Vancouver, didn't get charged for roaming.
So I don't know where people are getting the 25cent charge from?
Unless its been introduced since I got the plan about a year ago.
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