Koodo Mobile Promo: ‘Heavyweight’ Plans with 2GB and 3GB Data Get Price Drop

If you’re a Koodo Mobile user on the company’s Heavyweight plans, the $63 and $73 options with 2GB and 3GB data respectively are currently on discount until May 31.

Both plans have dropped by $8 per month to $55 and $65, as seen below:

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These plans comes with unlimited Canada-wide minutes, unlimited SMS/MMS, call display, voicemail, Canada-wide family calling, call waiting and conference call. Data overages are charged at $5/250MB.

TELUS is really pushing Koodo Mobile hard to grab more subscribers and these recent plan changes are having an effect on Rogers and Bell, as their sub brands Fido and Virgin Mobile continue to match these new plans.

If you are currently on one of these Heavyweight plans, make sure you call in and switch to the discounted price to save $8 per month.

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  • MrXax

    How is $55 for 2GB of data still considered a deal in this country? Outrageous.

  • Tim M

    want to get customers, lots of them, fast? bring the $50 Saskatchewan plan, you know, the one with 5GB, outside Saskatchewan

  • I’m on the $56/2GB Fido plan offered a couple years back. This new price seems to better that by $1. But yeah…

  • Dreaming of a move to SK

  • Jesse

    So true. However at least is $55 for 2 GB on a HEAVYWEIGHT plan. So you could say things are getting a little better..

  • wah_gee

    At least you have international SMS/MMS. I believe it included call forwarding. Extra for newer plans. Wish we had QC, MB, or SK pricing.

  • Noel

    I’m on the no contract $45 6GB Unlimited CDN voice Worldwide text/pic/video plan with Virgin.
    This sucks!!!!

  • iFone

    Good thing I still have my good ‘ol 6GB data plan for $60. Seems like a huge deal these days…

  • Stefan

    How dis you get that?!!?

  • Shameer Mulji

    You’d have to offer 50GB of data at that price to get me to move to SK.

  • Noel

    It was offered in Thunder Bay a couple years ago but anybody could get it even if you didn’t live there. I didn’t. Stays with you no matter where you move.

  • Noel

    No such oplan was ever offered for $30