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Corporate EPP Plans - Bell/Telus/Rogers

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Corporate EPP Plans - Bell/Telus/Rogers

Moved info to Wiki so this can be regarding all plans. Please update wiki below with any information you have
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PLEASE NOTE: These plans are only available through your employer and usually require an employee ID or corporate email to authenticate

Bell:

30% off in market plans - must call in to get this discount. Otherwise you may have access to an EPP website from your company intranet that may show other deals ($65 6gb, $56 5gb)

Companies:
  • Bentall Kennedy
  • CAA
  • STERICYCLE
  • SCOTIABANK
  • RBC


Telus:
idontwantausername wrote: Just saw on my Telus portal

10% off 10gb
20% off 20gb
30% off 50gb

$300 hardware credit
Details available in this post:
Companies:
This thread is out of control. Different people are asking questions for different scenarios. If you keep your service it doesn't matter if you sell the phone privately. If you cancel your service you have to pay back TELUS for the device they gave you.

Here is the bottom line:
Easy Pay Payments - You pay these monthly throughout the contract. If you cancel service then you owe any remaining months on your contract. If you sell your device, but continue with the monthly service on another device, then you will continue to pay this monthly.
Device Subsidy - Telus pays this monthly for you. If you cancel service then you owe any remaining months on your contract. If you sell your device, but continue with the monthly service on another device, then TELUS will continue to pay this for you.
Bring It Back, if applicable - You pay this at the end of your 2 year contract. If you cancel service before then you owe the full amount. If you sell your device, but continue with the monthly service on another device, then you will pay this at the end of the 2 years.

So - If you sign up today and then completely cancel your service without returning the device, yes you need to pay back the full cost of the device.
If you sign up today, sell your device privately, but keep your service for 2 years, then you do not need to pay back the device subsidy. However, if you buy another device within the 2 years it will be full price because you are still in your contract.

You can not profit by signing up for service, selling the device, then cancelling service. You will be charged the full cost of the device.
You can profit by signing up for service, selling the device, and keeping the service on your previous device for 2 years. You can only do this once though as you will not get a second subsidy within the 2 years.

Rogers:

To see if you're eligible check out this link https://secure.rogersdirect.ca/rdnet/FA ... ee_FAQ.pdf

Also check out this thread: http://forums.redflagdeals.com/rogers-w ... p-2302363/ from @Thatdealguy
$80.50 (EPP)
10gb (*not unlimited*)
unlimited caanda wide
unlimited canada text
caller ID
Voicemail

$74.75 (EPP Plans for Banks)
10gb (*not unlimited*)
unlimited caanda wide
unlimited canada text
caller ID
Voicemail
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Great idea sharing this in hot deals. I'm sure a lot of people would've missed it in the cellphone forum.

IMO this is definitely A great deal. This is what the plans should be priced at to begin with (even if they did $60/70/90).. But of course the big 3 have to be super greedy as per usual.
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this is a hot deal. I posted it a while back but 1 mod kept moving to cellphone discussion or delete it.

Only Bell offers it.
Rogers and TELUS are pending
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Is this on venngo?

Edit: on venngo I still see 5gb for 45/month and 10gb for 65. With 40 one time fee.
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Is there a list of which companies are eligible for Bell EPP?
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BeaverKnight wrote: Is this on venngo?
Check and find out? Each company puts these in different places.
CanadianTSi wrote: Is there a list of which companies are eligible for Bell EPP?
No - your company would have this listed internally (intranet site or a venngo/perkopolis.
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BeaverKnight wrote: Is this on venngo?

Edit: on venngo I still see 5gb for 45/month and 10gb for 65. With 40 one time fee.
Ask your HR. All HR will know and you need to verify your employment with a work email, paystub or a passcode
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BeaverKnight wrote: Is this on venngo?

Edit: on venngo I still see 5gb for 45/month and 10gb for 65. With 40 one time fee.
If there is a number to call, call the number. Updated OP As well
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Likely a matter of time before Rogers follows suit.
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I’m on the $43 5 GB with Rogers but if they copied Bell I’d be all over it.
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Thatdealguy wrote: this is a hot deal. I posted it a while back but 1 mod kept moving to cellphone discussion or delete it.

Only Bell offers it.
Rogers and TELUS are pending
I'm hoping Telus matches exactly this.. Then I'll switch my plan to it asap!
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Robbers and Telus didn’t have any discounts when I emailed them about the unlimited plans, waiting on a response from bell.

Maybe I’ll give them a call tmr if I haven’t received a reply
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EPP? thats not a hot deal.... literally available for 0.001% of the population
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I just don't understand why everyone needs unlimited data on their cellphones. It's 2019 and there is free WiFi pretty much everywhere these days.
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KenAdams wrote: I just don't understand why everyone needs unlimited data on their cellphones. It's 2019 and there is free WiFi pretty much everywhere these days.
People with phones that produce high resolutions will command a greater need for large amounts of bandwidth when not near wifi. There are plenty of places that don’t have wifi or places that have networks with restricted capabilities.
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