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[Telus Mobility] Telus Black Friday EPP offers (Gov't of Canada, Corp employees, etc)

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Anyone else notice that the iHhone 8 is no longer 0 and the iPhone XR is no longer 2.50 a month?
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chibits wrote: This sale isn't just for Gov employees. I checked with my EPP portal and also have the $65 20GB offer - not a Gov Can employee.
Is that 65$ before or after the 30% corporate discount?
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anyone able to check with the cost for an iPhone 11 is on this EPP? Looking for the 11 over the XR due to camera.
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Oct 18, 2017
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KravenHead wrote: Is that 65$ before or after the 30% corporate discount?

That's the price after discounts.
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Oct 18, 2017
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battsup wrote: anyone able to check with the cost for an iPhone 11 is on this EPP? Looking for the 11 over the XR due to camera.
Additional price with bring it back removed, all 64GB models.

IP 11 - $37.08
IP 11 Pro - $41.75
IP 11 Pro Max - $50.00
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Read the fine print.. 10GB bonus for 24 months.
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droidkid wrote: Anyone else notice that the iHhone 8 is no longer 0 and the iPhone XR is no longer 2.50 a month?
I can still see it.
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chibits wrote: Additional price with bring it back removed, all 64GB models.

IP 11 - $37.08
IP 11 Pro - $41.75
IP 11 Pro Max - $50.00

Whoa $50 up front for the IP 11 Pro Max and $65/mo for 2 years thats smoking hot! Thanks!
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Oct 18, 2017
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battsup wrote: Whoa $50 up front for the IP 11 Pro Max and $65/mo for 2 years thats smoking hot! Thanks!
No, those add-on prices are monthly, ontop of the plan.
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I got this offer too from my work.

10GB+10GB = Total of 20GB of Data + $2.50 per month for iPhone XR 64GB for 2 years. Seems like a really good deal?

I was going to get the iPhone 11 - but the XR is not far off in my opinion so this deal may sway me over.

Can someone kindly confirm, to their knowledge, if this deal is hot and has there been any deals cheaper than $65 for 20GB? Cheers!!
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wow 67.50 plus tax for XR 64GB and 20gb of data for two yrs
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Mar 20, 2003
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What I'd like to know is if you own the phone or do you have to give it back? I checked this at some point and I had to give back the phone after 2 years unless I bought it out. It says you save 1056$ on the S10 which makes it sound like you'd keep it but I can't find out.
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I have the same offer through Venngo... Not a government employee.

iPhone 8 64GB + 20GB of Data
$0 Upfront
Plus tax on a 2-yr term
$65.00/mth with Easy PaymentⓇ
iPhone XR 64GB + 20 GB of Data
$0 Upfront
Plus tax on a 2-yr term
$67.50/mth with Easy PaymentⓇ
iPhone XS 64GB + 20 GB of Data
$0 Upfront with Bring-It-Back
Plus tax on a 2-yr term
$72.50/mth with Easy PaymentⓇ
iPhone 11 Pro 64GB + 20GB of Data
$0 Upfront with Bring-It-Back
Plus tax on a 2-yr term
$88.00/mth with Easy PaymentⓇ
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Dec 4, 2006
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Customer must subscribe to an eligible 2-year TELUS plan in order to qualify for the Bring-It-Back program. Customer must bring back the device in good condition at the end of the 2-year contract or pay the Bring-it-Back amount. The interest rate is 0%. Device is subject to inspection by a TELUS representative. Ask store representative for full program details. At the end of your 2 year contract, or when cancelling service before the end of the 2 year contract, you will need to decide if you want to either 1) return your device to a TELUS location, or; 2) keep the phone and pay the Bring-It-Back Program Amount that was provided to you at the start of your contract. If your phone is damaged and no longer meets the Bring-It-Back eligibility criteria, you will be required to pay the Bring-It-Back Program Amount.

anyone know what this "bring it back amount" is if I decide to keep the phone?

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