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63$ for 10gb byod rogers and bell min 2 lines required

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63$ for 10gb byod rogers and bell min 2 lines required

Price:
$63
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Tbooth wireless
I saw this sign walking by a tbooth wireless at Oshawa centre.
Rep told me this plan requires to activate two lines at 63$ per line for 10gb of data per line. Great deal if you are willing to have two lines.
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$63 with phone will be hot deal, if I will gonna buy my phone separately will it's not a good deal for me.
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I wonder if that is also in BC as well? or if it's just for ON market?
But yeah, $63 with phone is a hot deal

thanks for posting
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d1ulove3 wrote: $63 with phone will be hot deal, if I will gonna buy my phone separately will it's not a good deal for me.
You could always finance phones directly from the manufacturer as well. The next price that I came across was 75$ byod for 10gb so I thought this was a good deal for 10gb data in 2018
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LeaveEarly wrote: I saw this sign walking by a tbooth wireless at Oshawa centre.
Rep told me this plan requires to activate two lines at 63$ per line for 10gb of data per line. Great deal if you are willing to have two lines.
Thanks Op, this is as good as market plans get right now.

I also read the Fido thread $65 for same on BYOD but single device.

For anyone needing cheaper plans and have a device, nice find!

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LeaveEarly wrote: You could always finance phones directly from the manufacturer as well.
Never knew that exist. How do you do that?

Thanks for posting OP
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LeaveEarly wrote: You could always finance phones directly from the manufacturer as well. The next price that I came across was 75$ byod for 10gb so I thought this was a good deal for 10gb data in 2018
Sometime that deal works on other people.
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I saw this at Wirelesswave at Metrotown as well. It looks like you need to provide a 'business name' as it will be a small business account at least for Rogers, but no proof of GST number or business registration required.

I discussed the following with a rep last night, but it looks like the call centre before they closed to do an account transfer, so I will go back today - fingers crossed the pricing holds and wasn't one day only. I'm not sure if this is a "deal" or not, but meets our needs for two phones, reluctance to pay more upfront, and consolidating two lines on one account - it's with Rogers.

$400 (after $700 - $100 - $200 credits) for:
iPhone XS 256 GB
iPhone XR 64 GB

"Premium" plans sharing data for $160/month, 13 GB total:
$90 8 GB
$70 5 GB

Another option is $150 monthly for $0 iPhone 8 64 GB + $199 256 GB XS.

They also have a $5 for extra 3GB + free Huawei tablet.
Last edited by straysheepie on Dec 27th, 2018 1:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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MexicanPeso wrote: Thanks Op, this is as good as market plans get right now.

I also read the Fido thread $65 for same on BYOD but single device.

For anyone needing cheaper plans and have a device, nice find!

MP
Yeah I just saw the 65$ plan written at wireless wave on the white board. Too lazy to make another thread just to hear some people complain that it's not a good deal because it's not free LOL
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straysheepie wrote: I saw this at Wirelesswave at Metrotown as well. It looks like you need to provide a 'business name' as it will be a small business account at least for Rogers, but no proof of GST number or business registration required.

I discussed the following with a rep last night, but it looks like the call centre before they closed to do an account transfer, so I will go back today - fingers crossed the pricing holds and wasn't one day only. I'm not sure if this is a "deal" or not, but meets our needs for two phones, reluctance to pay more upfront, and consolidating two lines on one account - it's with Rogers.

$400 (after $700 - $100 - $200 credits) for:
iPhone XS 256 GB
iPhone XR 64 GB

"Premium" plans sharing data for $160/month, 13 GB total:
$90 8 GB
$70 5 GB

Another option is $150 monthly for $0 iPhone 8 64 GB + $199 256 GB XS.

They also have a $5 for extra 3GB + free Huawei tablet.
How much it will cost each line?
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Tobsterboi wrote: Never knew that exist. How do you do that?

Thanks for posting OP
The only place I've looked into was samsung because the phones were over $1000. It was at a Samsung store at yorkdale in Toronto.
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LeaveEarly wrote: The only place I've looked into was samsung because the phones were over $1000. It was at a Samsung store at yorkdale in Toronto.
So if get the this byop $63 x 2 x 24 months $3024 + 2000 samsung phone = $5024,
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d1ulove3 wrote: So if get the this byop $63 x 2 x 24 months $3024 + 2000 samsung phone = $5024,
Byod is not contract, you can cancel at any time. You could always use Kijiji and buy a decent phone for under $300
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LeaveEarly wrote: Byod is not contract, you can cancel at any time. You could always use Kijiji and buy a decent phone for under $300
Kijiji is not an option for me.
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Why are people talking about with phone in this thread? This is BYOD right?
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patthan wrote: Is this $63 for 1 year?
Fido, Koodo have $65/10GB but only for 12 months then goes to $75
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angeloxnet wrote: Fido, Koodo have $65/10GB but only for 12 months then goes to $75
Yes, but is the Rogers and bell offer from tbooth for 2 years?

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