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Rogers $55 bill credit + Sonos one with new phone (existing customers)

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[Rogers Wireless] Rogers $55 bill credit + Sonos one with new phone (existing customers)

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Just saw Rogers brought back the free Sonos one deal.

Also includes a $55 bill credit.

(Rogers customers enjoy early access to this special offer! Get the Sonos One speaker with iPhone 12 and 12 Pro family, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a with 5G, select Samsung S20 Series 5G, or Samsung Note20 series.)

With financing1 on a Rogers InfiniteTM plan. For a limited time only, while supplies last.
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Feb 25, 2007
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Tecumseh
I just upgraded last week and got the $100 credit. Kind of wish I waited a bit longer...
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Tecumseh
doublearon wrote: I just upgraded last week and got the $100 credit. Kind of wish I waited a bit longer...
I contacted them via Live Chat and was told that I need to purchase the phone during the promotional period. Unfortunately I wouldn't be able to receive the Sonos speaker.
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Rogers take their loyal customers for granted..

They never offer me good deals what they offer to new customers..
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Maybe a dumb question - can this be combined with the EPP plan, or only eligible if you pay the full consumer price plan?
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You need to be on an infinite plan which makes it hard
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adameme wrote: Maybe a dumb question - can this be combined with the EPP plan, or only eligible if you pay the full consumer price plan?
Wondering the same, if there's some loophole to get on this plan then switch to one of the EPP plans for 20GB @ $60/month (or w.e it was...going off of memory here)

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