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London Drugs - TELUS iPhone 5 16gb $0 on 3 Year Contract. 32GB-$149 64GB-$199

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Mar 19, 2012
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New Westminster

[London Drugs] London Drugs - TELUS iPhone 5 16gb $0 on 3 Year Contract. 32GB-$149 64GB-$199

Yes I know it's a 3 year contract. If you're looking for buying the phone and using it elsewhere this isn't for you.

Pretty good deal if you're looking to pick one up. Seems odd that it wasn't in the flyer but I checked my local store and it was free. Didn't buy one though.

16gb - Free
32gb - $149
64gb - $199


http://www.londondrugs.com/Telus-Mobili ... efv2=TELUS

Could try PM'ing at other stores. Pretty sure it's $149 at FS right now.

Searched and didn't find it. Seems odd since it's been going on a few days now.
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Mar 7, 2011
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Any idea if someone in Quebec could also get the deal? There is no London Drugs in Quebec...
Thanks
[OP]
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Mar 19, 2012
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New Westminster
Could probably PM with futureshop or something out there.
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May 19, 2004
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didnt rogers come out with a new thing that they will price match prices for hardware upgrades?
Newbie
Dec 30, 2008
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South Okanagan
Went to LD in Vancouver to check this out, iphone 5 was $99 on a three year contract. Sales guy checked and couldn't find anything about a free phone deal.
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New Westminster
foggy_ca wrote: Went to LD in Vancouver to check this out, iphone 5 was $99 on a three year contract. Sales guy checked and couldn't find anything about a free phone deal.
Hmmm did you ask him to look at the website?
Newbie
Dec 30, 2008
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South Okanagan
I assumed he did, maybe not though. The link you posted shows the price of a 16g phone on three year term as N/A
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Sep 19, 2005
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MBPMAN wrote: 16gb - Free
32gb - $149
64gb - $199
I hate this kind of thinking. It's not free. You're buying an $1800 3-year service contract which includes a $600 handset. The "$0" offer is simply deceptive marketing to encourage customers to perceive an expensive product as a good deal.

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