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Bank employee deals on Mobility (GTA?)

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[Bell] Bank employee deals on Mobility (GTA?)

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Nov 23, 2005
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$80 for 6gig?! Why is this in hot deals?

Pretty sure better deals are to be had for bank employees, as the plans i get are better than this. And I work for one of those banks.
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Oct 5, 2011
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If i recall correctly
Telus has the infinite plans for 67.50 even for 10gb
Rogers has 65$ 6gb with device subsidy

Not sure if they are all available to banks but I'd assume they are
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Lol - The deals are better not being an employee
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The deals are all shit, there's a reason no one else posted them
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great deal for Bell, making much more money and give much less to clients
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Great chance for the big telcos to screw the big banks. All is fair in love and war.
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Jul 8, 2019
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seeing as the pages all say "no contract options available", it's safe to assume these are all prices that comes with a phone. deal doesn't say anything about price of phones, but i'm assuming they're trying to match the rogers 56 dollar deals. i got a s10e and an iphone x for free with my 56 dollar plan for 5 gigs with rogers, sold the iphone x for 850 cash.

using my sale as an example, here's how much the plan costs for me (assuming no required rate of return on cash):
$56 x 1.13(ON tax) = 63.28/month
$63.28 x 24 month = 1518.72
$1518.72 - $850(sale) = $668.72
668.72 / 24 month = 27.86/month
27.86 / 1.13 (ON tax) = 24.66 before tax.

if bell is trying to match the rogers deal i got, then you're looking at a little less than 25 dollars a month for 5 gigs byod equivalent. OR, if you work for rogers, just get what i got with rogers instead.

Cheers.
I have absolutely no will power on heavily discounted electronics that I will use only once.
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Dec 29, 2005
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I don't even bother with my EPP plans available to me as a bank employee. Public Mobile 5 GB for $38 per month is the best deal out there for me.
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mystery wrote: I don't even bother with my EPP plans available to me as a bank employee. Public Mobile 5 GB for $38 per month is the best deal out there for me.
Depends on how you view things— PM is great as a BYOD option.

If you need a device such as a Apple phone, the $56/5g is a good option as you would pay approx $430 for a Xr.

If your Android, the above would apply as well depending on device .

Again depends on needs of data and device . Most people hate 2 years contracts . But the device subsidy is included here.
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Apr 11, 2006
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Shular wrote: seeing as the pages all say "no contract options available", it's safe to assume these are all prices that comes with a phone. deal doesn't say anything about price of phones, but i'm assuming they're trying to match the rogers 56 dollar deals. i got a s10e and an iphone x for free with my 56 dollar plan for 5 gigs with rogers, sold the iphone x for 850 cash.

using my sale as an example, here's how much the plan costs for me (assuming no required rate of return on cash):
$56 x 1.13(ON tax) = 63.28/month
$63.28 x 24 month = 1518.72
$1518.72 - $850(sale) = $668.72
668.72 / 24 month = 27.86/month
27.86 / 1.13 (ON tax) = 24.66 before tax.

if bell is trying to match the rogers deal i got, then you're looking at a little less than 25 dollars a month for 5 gigs byod equivalent. OR, if you work for rogers, just get what i got with rogers instead.

Cheers.
gphammer wrote: Depends on how you view things— PM is great as a BYOD option.

If you need a device such as a Apple phone, the $56/5g is a good option as you would pay approx $430 for a Xr.

If your Android, the above would apply as well depending on device .

Again depends on needs of data and device . Most people hate 2 years contracts . But the device subsidy is included here.
What is this $56/5GB Rogers plan you two speak of?
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Bank Employees are soooo lucky to have this deal Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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I see RBC is still rocking fairy good deals. $55 for Canada/US and 5gb ain’t bad. And $300ish in credits.
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Jul 8, 2019
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kenchau wrote: What is this $56/5GB Rogers plan you two speak of?
so i got my deal back in july, and i think it kept running until end of august atleast. but i was able to get a screenshot of what the current deal looks like, basically the only difference is that they no longer have the iphone x available anymore. but resale value wise the s10e is about the same as the iphone x at this point.

pretty sure this is rbc only, not sure about other banks, but this is DEFINITELY employee only, you'll need a work email or a company paystub to verify your identity. but seeing as this is a bank employee thread, posting here doesn't seem too out of place.
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I have absolutely no will power on heavily discounted electronics that I will use only once.
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Is it April Fool's already?
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mystery wrote: I don't even bother with my EPP plans available to me as a bank employee. Public Mobile 5 GB for $38 per month is the best deal out there for me.
This. These are usually contract deals too.

Honestly, you're better off hunting for deals on your own that are no-contract. You can leave without any penalty to the next deal. This is how we get things like the PM to Koodo migration deal. Smiling Face With Open Mouth

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