Telus-owned Koodo Mobile has once again been crowned by Canadian consumers as Canada's best wireless company.
According to the J.D Power and Associates 2012 Canadian Wireless Total Ownership Experience Study, Canadians rated Koodo higher than any other stand-alone cellphone carrier, ranking "exceptionally well" in cost of service and offerings and promotions.
Koodo, which was launched in 2008 as a discount subsidiary of Telus, garnered a customer satisfaction score of 752 out of 1,000, good enough for top spot. Parent company Telus Mobility scored 693.
"At Koodo Mobile we never lose sight of our number one priority—providing great value to our customers while being a cell phone carrier consumers want to stay with," says Kevin Banderk, Chief Koodo Officer. "Because consumers aren’t contractually obligated to stick with us, we are motivated to always strive to do better. We are so thrilled that Canadians see the value in choosing Koodo Mobile as their wireless provider; it fuels our fire to provide even more value in the years to come."
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