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Telus EPP 25GB BYOD $63.75 / Rogers & Telus 30GB BYOD/Finance Plan - $68/mth.

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Telus EPP 25GB BYOD $63.75 / Rogers & Telus 30GB BYOD/Finance Plan - $68/mth.

Price:
$68.
While the $50/20GB BYOD plan hasn't reappear yet, Telus now has the $68/30GB BYOD plan available.

Get your Telus code here:
https://evs.telus.com/evs?campaign_id=EPPDigitalHubNew

I am assuming Rogers will release similar plan next week...


Torontoarsenal indicates that it's also available for Finance as well.



Updated with $63.75/25GB plan; also added Rogers $68/30GB plan.
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No matter how good these deals are, the $45 or $50 activation fees kill the deal.
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One thing that bums out of these deals are the activation fee, you're going to be a customer to them it will be a courtesy to absorb the fee if they want your business with them. 45/50 doesn't justify a few clicks on the keyboard and mouse Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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jhephoy wrote: One thing that bums out of these deals are the activation fee, you're going to be a customer to them it will be a courtesy to absorb the fee if they want your business with them. 45/50 doesn't justify a few clicks on the keyboard and mouse Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
Pure cash grab

Just like how gas prices instantly increased because "of texas".

Yet it takes a month for gas prices to drop when market factors decrease oil prices
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raviji wrote: No matter how good these deals are, the $45 or $50 activation fees kill the deal.
$45 to pay $50 for 20Gbs or stay $85 for 10. Yeah the $45 activation fee is definitely not worth the switch 🤣Face With Tears Of Joy
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Yeah, how does this Tells EPP stuff work? I don't work for a large org with any kind of discount plan. Been a loyal Telus customer though since probably 2002(?) Or when they bought out ClearNet.

I want a better rate. Only on an old 1gb data plan right now... Blackberry Q10 but will be going android.

Oh and I usually buy my phones outright. .. Don't like contracts (still not on one) and yeah, already own the device I wanna switch to and a SIM for it..
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Is it not better just to switch to freedom for a couple of days and then get a win back 25 GB for $45?
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timbertick wrote: Is it not better just to switch to freedom for a couple of days and then get a win back 25 GB for $45?
Hi. Does bell offer this or just fido?
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iMarketing wrote: Hi. Does bell offer this or just fido?
Idont think bell does, but their subsidiary virgin offers this.
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jhephoy wrote: One thing that bums out of these deals are the activation fee, you're going to be a customer to them it will be a courtesy to absorb the fee if they want your business with them. 45/50 doesn't justify a few clicks on the keyboard and mouse Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
It is a bummer but I went from $75/month with 20 GB (a good deal in and of itself) to $50/month for 20 GB. So the fee gets swallowed pretty quickly. However, my EPP experience was a disaster and I argued until I was blue in the face to have my activation fee back with no success. The EPP partner kept screwing up my contract and it took over two weeks to resolve. I called and emailed multiple times and spent several hours overall trying to get it right before I would sign the new contract. Finally, after four attempts they got the contract right. So I guess if I value my time it was nearly a wash over the typical two-year length of a contract, this isn't like that but still. I'm happy to be paying less but I didn't expect the EPP provider to be worse than the carrier itself. They are terrible and I am still frustrated with the experience. YMMV.
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DasHip wrote: Yeah, how does this Tells EPP stuff work? I don't work for a large org with any kind of discount plan. Been a loyal Telus customer though since probably 2002(?) Or when they bought out ClearNet.

I want a better rate. Only on an old 1gb data plan right now... Blackberry Q10 but will be going android.

Oh and I usually buy my phones outright. .. Don't like contracts (still not on one) and yeah, already own the device I wanna switch to and a SIM for it..
Generally being a Telus customer doesn't mean or worth much these days. They'd rather spend the average $300 to lure you back after you leave. That's what happened to me at least as a Telus home service customer practically begging them to work with me since I don't want to switch, but their prices just keep on going up and up with a the usual excuse of "investing in their network" and I still don't have fibre in my neighbourhood.
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉
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Actually it's a good deal if you take the 15g/56+$5.25 for Samsung FE20 and $100 payback.
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Speaking of which, I just also read today that Koodo backpedaled on their "unlimited province-only calling" plans while charging an extra $5 for the privilege of unlimited nationwide calling. The backlash is loud and clear. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
Why settle for MSRP when you can wait and get it at a lower price? 😉
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You can login your Telus account to remove the adds on ($45) before the they send you the bill. Only few clicks!!
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mikedolo wrote: $45 to pay $50 for 20Gbs or stay $85 for 10. Yeah the $45 activation fee is definitely not worth the switch 🤣Face With Tears Of Joy
You can login your Telus account to remove the adds on ($45) before the they send you the bill. Only few clicks!!

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