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Nov 16, 2005
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Narly19 wrote: It's all about your negotiation with the sales representatives, I went to Heartland -- they start off with $200 and build their way up with offering apple care and accessories but i drove a hard bargain and got the $300 GC. I leveraged that I had a $300 offer at the other location and they just matched it after 5 mins of back and forth.
haha... really? i was gonna go to that exact location. I can mention someone else from here got the $300 gcs. Is that per line?
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Jan 31, 2020
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s1301950 wrote: haha... really? i was gonna go to that exact location. I can mention someone else from here got the $300 gcs. Is that per line?
Yes 300 per line on an iPhone 13 128gb (and even 256gb). Also was offered in the 128gb s21 (instead of the 250$). As fyi they may not have your desired colour so maybe ask as soon as you get there instead of waiting in the 5 hour queue (youre supposed to scan a QR code and come back when it's your turn)
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Jan 31, 2020
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Fardashian wrote: Did you have to provide business license or GST #?
Yes your HST # or business # from the CRA is required. Sorry i don't know exactly the name of it but they referred to it as an HST number.

If you don't have one, you can get the consumer plans (instead of the small business plan) and get giftcard promos but I think the plans aren't as cheap.
Newbie
Apr 29, 2013
34 posts
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Brampton
I got 2 lines with one Canada US plan and 2nd line only Canada plan 50GB shared data for $112 plus tax and $100 costco cash card. BYOD PLAN
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Aug 11, 2007
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Update - Richmond Hill Costco
Got the mentioned plan from this location with iPhone 13 - 128Gb for $30/month each.
Got totally 3 lines. however,
1. Only $200 gift card for each phone (Not $300 like we see from previous posts)
2. Only the primary line phone we were able to add Apple Care for free - they wouldn't budge on other two lines.

Thank you OP and others for the post and other details.
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Thank you
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Aug 19, 2008
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Paint0906 wrote:
Potentially, but I think the total 'other stuff' was almost $350. It included apple care, 2 car chargers, 2 cases, screen protector for the iPhone, a plug block and a wireless charger. All stuff we'd use.
Apple Care for one line or for multiple?
Which location? And phones to keep or lease?
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Mar 4, 2010
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Orillia
1st Line:
$76.50/month for 40gb data
-$10 for 15 months ($66.50/month)

2nd Line
$76.50/month for 40gb data
-$25 for 2nd line
-$10 for 15 months ($41.50/month)

iPhone 12 - $20/month device tab
S21 - $20/month device tab

Monthly cost = $148/month (+tax) for 15 months, $168/month (+tax) for 9 months.

$750 Costco gift cards ($400 for IPhone, $350 for s21)
$400 for line credit ($200 per line)

Free ear buds and car chargers on both new phones (Costco membership).

No extra goodies tossed in. They said that’s what the gift cards were for.

Not as good as some in the thread have gotten, but not terrible.

I was paying $130/month with non of the above, and for ‘only’ 60GB shared.
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koesdibyo wrote: 1st Line:
$76.50/month for 40gb data
-$10 for 15 months ($66.50/month)

2nd Line
$76.50/month for 40gb data
-$25 for 2nd line
-$10 for 15 months ($41.50/month)

iPhone 12 - $20/month device tab
S21 - $20/month device tab

Monthly cost = $148/month (+tax) for 15 months, $168/month (+tax) for 9 months.

$750 Costco gift cards ($400 for IPhone, $350 for s21)
$400 for line credit ($200 per line)

Free ear buds and car chargers on both new phones (Costco membership).

No extra goodies tossed in. They said that’s what the gift cards were for.

Not as good as some in the thread have gotten, but not terrible.

I was paying $130/month with non of the above, and for ‘only’ 60GB shared.
$400 GC for iPhone 12 is great. Most have got $300. Which location?
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Mar 4, 2010
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Orillia
yin5yan wrote: $400 GC for iPhone 12 is great. Most have got $300. Which location?
Orillia, Ontario

Maybe that’s why I didn’t get the ‘extra’/back pocket offers.

Didn’t even require enticing to get $400 on the iPhone 12.
My game plan was to check Costco, and if they couldn’t do anything remotely close to the OPs plan, id go to Wallyworld for the $400 Fido IPhone 12 mini.

But this small business plan was certainly worth it for the GCs, and the plan itself isn’t terrible.
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Oct 6, 2011
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Calgary
Iphone 12 mini 128gb is $400 cash card in $25 denominations plus $200 credit per line and some accessories plus Apple care.
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Newbie
Nov 2, 2018
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Just get small business 2 line share 50G data from buffl costco in Calgary

Same promotion, but give $500 costco card gift card, I buy in 2 iPhone 12 128G , $22.50/each/month, and give $100 extra gift card.

Very good deal!
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Jan 22, 2013
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Vancouver
Just signed up 4 lines through the small business boxing week promo at Costco. Rep told me the plans during their Black Friday promo was a little cheaper but you got less Costco gift cards, so overall these two deals net out to be similar. Plus inventory on iPhone 12 and 13 was wiped out right away on Black Friday whereas we managed to get 4 iPhone 13 today (though not in the best colours - red and blue).

I calculated $56/per month before tax per line. This is after $300 GC per iPhone 13 and $200 bill credit per line - we got the same plans in OP’s post. Keep in mind our monthly cost is lower than those activating only 2 or 3 lines. All in all a very decent deal for 4 iPhone 13s!

Thanks for the heads up. Deal is until Jan 3 for those on the fence
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Nov 30, 2020
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Janerator wrote: Just signed up 4 lines through the small business boxing week promo at Costco. Rep told me the plans during their Black Friday promo was a little cheaper but you got less Costco gift cards, so overall these two deals net out to be similar. Plus inventory on iPhone 12 and 13 was wiped out right away on Black Friday whereas we managed to get 4 iPhone 13 today (though not in the best colours - red and blue).

I calculated $56/per month before tax per line. This is after $300 GC per iPhone 13 and $200 bill credit per line - we got the same plans in OP’s post. Keep in mind our monthly cost is lower than those activating only 2 or 3 lines. All in all a very decent deal for 4 iPhone 13s!

Thanks for the heads up. Deal is until Jan 3 for those on the fence
Which location ? I tried yorkdale today and they had no stock
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Sep 1, 2005
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pauldryan wrote: 1. $400 bill credit + $400 in Costco cards = $800 or $708 pre-tax (@ 13% GST/HST) reduction in cost of monthly service.
2. Line 1: $66 x 15 months + $76 x 9 months = $1674 over two years
3. Line 2: $37 x 24 months ( unusual that this rate didn't increase over last nine months as well) = $888 over two years

4. $1674 + $888 = $2562 - $708 = $1854 / 24 months = $77.25 per month /two lines = $38.63 + tax per month per line for 40GB unlimited shared data.

The geegaws that got thrown in are pretty much worthless (IMHO) but the Samsung S21 is a good deal @$480 if you get to keep the phone after two years.
Love that you do the math and breakdown the costs. Too often I see ppl post but they don't post the math. you have to do it to figure out whether your got a deal or not.
We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
Newbie
Dec 3, 2009
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Brampton, Ontario
Thanks, OP!

Just an FYI there is also a $5 off for 24 months and a $50 gift card for each BYOD line. The first rep I dealt with signed us up, however, I added another line later in the day and the second rep mentioned the $5 for 24. He was able to call in and have them add it to the 2 initial lines.

Overall not a bad deal I received 3 lines with the US+Canada roaming and 40GB each. It worked out to $60.xx per line tax included.

1st line: 105-20-10-5=$70
2nd line: 105-20-25-10-5=$45
3rd line: 105-20-25-10-5=$45

Total $160x1.13=$180.30

$180.30/3=$60.26.

This is not including the $50 GC.
Newbie
Dec 29, 2021
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is this still valid?
or was this a christmas thing.
also 40gb unlimited, whats speed after you max the 40gb
Newbie
Dec 3, 2009
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Brampton, Ontario
emthree wrote: is this still valid?
or was this a christmas thing.
also 40gb unlimited, whats speed after you max the 40gb
I was told it was finishing yesterday, however, the rep mentioned they were not 100% sure. It could be available today.

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