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It'll be all the more interesting to see what they offer for Black Friday and Boxing day. If they deals aren't that enticing, I may just search the Facebook marketplace. Seen some pretty decent deals for older flagships.
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Mastaice wrote:
Sep 14th, 2019 6:35 pm
How many tablet did you get for 2 lines? 1 or 2 tablets?
One tablet per account, not one tablet per line.
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I did enquire epp at Roger's but went with small business plan instead for 2 lines. Comes out to $62 plus tax for each line with 10gb + unlimited 3g data for BYOD. Not sure if it's a good price, but much better than my existing package, so I switched. Just FYI.
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bumbo73 wrote:
Sep 14th, 2019 1:44 am
No I'm using smartcell link. I entered my @canada email at the Telus corporate plan page when I first checked my eligibility. I got email from them and proceeded with selecting plans. The plans I shared here are the ones i have access to.

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Man might be department specific then. I cant see any of the new iphones and the xr is still 18 per month. Guess ill just wait till November now
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My corporate for rogers has 10GB plan for 90$ per month
And prices for Iphone 11 are as below picture for 2 year term
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A question to those who know the Telus Bring it back program well enough. From what I’ve read on telus.com if I bring back my phone earlier than 24 mos then I have to pay back the buyout amount? ie. For iPhone 11 Pro = 6 mos x $35/mo + $480 + taxes on the full amount is what I’d pay if I used it half a year?

Is this correct?
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newkid wrote:
Sep 15th, 2019 11:48 pm
A question to those who know the Telus Bring it back program well enough. From what I’ve read on telus.com if I bring back my phone earlier than 24 mos then I have to pay back the buyout amount? ie. For iPhone 11 Pro = 6 mos x $35/mo + $480 + taxes on the full amount is what I’d pay if I used it half a year?

Is this correct?
If you don't want to be part of the Bring it Back program and you don't want the phone anymore, you just pay back the remaining subsidy balance, but your calculation is wrong. So if you were paying $35/mo and you cancel after 6 months, you have to pay out the remaining 18 months, $35 x 18mo = $630 + tax. The Bring it Back amount you don't have to pay since you're returning the phone. If you were keeping the phone, then you have to pay this amount too.
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Does anyone have a e-mail or someone I can contact about the Telus EPP federal government? I got the e-mail but when I open the link, it's a error or cannot open...
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So TELUS still seems like the best deals currently?
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Anyone know the best plan right now for an IPhone 11 Pro Max? With Rogers currently. That EPP plan above this post looks pretty good.
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Telus seems to be the wrost for now -i have 2 diff EPP , where pro max 256gb they wants full price almost 1. $1660 & other one 2. $1770 ( even higher than apple price which is 1729 ) - LOL
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Sep 16th, 2019 8:53 am
So TELUS still seems like the best deals currently?
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bomber17 wrote: If you don't want to be part of the Bring it Back program and you don't want the phone anymore, you just pay back the remaining subsidy balance, but your calculation is wrong. So if you were paying $35/mo and you cancel after 6 months, you have to pay out the remaining 18 months, $35 x 18mo = $630 + tax. The Bring it Back amount you don't have to pay since you're returning the phone. If you were keeping the phone, then you have to pay this amount too.

Ah so if we only use it 1/2 a year we’re still on the hook for 24 months of payments paying all of the depreciation for 2 years even if they get it back earlier.


Thanks for the clarification.
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How are people seeing such low (less than $7 a month) monthly charges for bring it back phones or finance options for phones?? My site shows me $20+ per month for phones on bring it back and $30+ Per month for financing.
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phoreoneone wrote:
Sep 16th, 2019 12:54 pm
How are people seeing such low (less than $7 a month) monthly charges for bring it back phones or finance options for phones?? My site shows me $20+ per month for phones on bring it back and $30+ Per month for financing.
I'm thinking it has something to do with which company you work for. Someone with an TD Bank email for example may get better rates than a schoolboard email. Not positive though.

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