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[Koodo] Mobile Shop-Koodo- Samsung Galaxy S2x $49.99+ $150TAB + $100 gift card

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Apr 11, 2006
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anybody know that if i bought the phone from one store and do price protection from other store? because the store i bought is far from my home.
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Mar 1, 2002
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swaysubz wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 8:50 pm
anyone in vancouver can confirm this?
RCSS on Marine Drive in East Vancouver has the phone @ $49.99. I just price protected mine. Thanks given. $25 GC was provided to me since I paid with the 100GC originally.
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Mar 14, 2009
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Toronto
bogi093 wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 8:09 pm
I'm right here and they are telling me its $100...

Bought 1 from Loblaws (Hwy7/Bayview) just now. They are offering $50+$150tab-$100GC. Before I left, there are 2 more left (closing at 6pm). Probably you can get 1 more on Boxing day. Good luck!!
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Nov 26, 2003
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Can this phone be unlocked so it will work with Bell? Already on a plan but need a new phone. Is it easy to go to prepaid and then cancel with Koodo?
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I saw in the Future Shop boxing day flyer this same phone for $50 on the tab, $0 up front, plus they give you a $100 gift card. It sounds too good to be true though; there must be a contract hidden in there somewhere. There's no way they would pay you $50 to take the phone.
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I saw in the Future Shop boxing day flyer this same phone for $50 on the tab, $0 up front, plus they give you a $100 gift card. It sounds too good to be true though; there must be a contract hidden in there somewhere. There's no way they would pay you $50 to take the phone.
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Lukus wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:16 pm
Can this phone be unlocked so it will work with Bell? Already on a plan but need a new phone. Is it easy to go to prepaid and then cancel with Koodo?
Yes and yes. I'm not sure how easy the cancellation is but I know a lot of people on here have done it just to get the phone.
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SickBeast wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:20 pm
I saw in the Future Shop boxing day flyer this same phone for $50 on the tab, $0 up front, plus they give you a $100 gift card. It sounds too good to be true though; there must be a contract hidden in there somewhere. There's no way they would pay you $50 to take the phone.
Don't forget about the $150 tab.
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Lukus wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:16 pm
Can this phone be unlocked so it will work with Bell? Already on a plan but need a new phone. Is it easy to go to prepaid and then cancel with Koodo?
Yes, the phone works on Bell. I know because I already tried it. You can unlock it for free as well.
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Nov 26, 2003
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audit13 wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:22 pm
Yes, the phone works on Bell. I know because I already tried it. You can unlock it for free as well.
How does the sign-up, switching to pre-paid and then cancelling/paying the tab work with Koodo?

Also, where did you unlock it for free? Thanks.
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SickBeast wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:18 pm
I saw in the Future Shop boxing day flyer this same phone for $50 on the tab, $0 up front, plus they give you a $100 gift card. It sounds too good to be true though; there must be a contract hidden in there somewhere. There's no way they would pay you $50 to take the phone.
$50 upfront, $150 tab and $100 gift card at FS/BB. RCSS is just matching.
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Lukus wrote:
Dec 24th, 2012 11:52 pm
So buy for a net price of $100 (before taxes) and cancel same day without any fee? I just sign up for a month to month plan?
Yes, $100. If you have a PC Mastercard, you may qualify to get 50,000 PC Points which is good for $50 in groceries too.
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