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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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What's the Telus Epp site?
Telus $30/25GB X 4 lines Non shareable
$0 200 USA LD min/month X 4 lines
$0 Visual Voicemail X 4 lines
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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 full retail price when you can wait and get it at a lower price for better value (even better if there's a bundled freebies deal)? 😉
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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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Koodo too: for a phone and locked to 24 months but was a good deal.
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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 full retail price when you can wait and get it at a lower price for better value (even better if there's a bundled freebies deal)? 😉
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RedflagaccountEngg wrote: Why am I not surprised that a person with a pic of Don Cherry asked this question?

Here's the link: https://lmgtfy.app/?q=telus+epp+site
I couldn't remember it, but it's all good now. This comes with age son, don't be surprised, you will soon be there as well.
Telus $30/25GB X 4 lines Non shareable
$0 200 USA LD min/month X 4 lines
$0 Visual Voicemail X 4 lines
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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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