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[Telus Mobility] TELUS offers Rogers/Fido customers $500 to switch

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TELUS is currently offering $500 in bill credits to Rogers and Fido customers that switch to TELUS in the GTA region only. That’s $50 off per month for 10 months on all TELUS’ Premium and Premium Plus plans. Available only on the primary line. Currently the banner on their home page shows in-store only and is a limited time offer that’s subject to change without notice.
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Anyone ever try telling that to their carrier and getting $500 back on their own plan to stay?
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What about carriers like cityfone that Rogers own?
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Liudakris wrote: TELUS is currently offering $500 in bill credits to Rogers and Fido customers that switch to TELUS in the GTA region only. That’s $50 off per month for 10 months on all TELUS’ Premium and Premium Plus plans. Available only on the primary line. Currently the banner on their home page shows in-store only and is a limited time offer that’s subject to change without notice.
Unless it can be combined with special plans (that are not advertised), or else this is not a deal, considering how much more overpriced Telus' (and Rogers/Bell) advertised plans are.

This is equal to a $20 credit per month over the 2 year term, and the cheapest Premium Plus plan gives you 1GB of data for $90. After this rebate it's $70 per month.

You can get a Zoomer 2 GB plan for $36, the extra 34 per month = $816 over two years.
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If this can combined with corp plan signups its prolly the hottest deal for cell phones 2017.

Im going to smartcell tomorrow to find out.
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Wonder if this works in Hamilton, and for a discounted plan. Gonna call tomorrow
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Dealsfordina wrote: If this can combined with corp plan signups its prolly the hottest deal for cell phones 2017.

Im going to smartcell tomorrow to find out.
Agree.
Havent seen any of the Big 3 come out with a such a crazy rich deal in a long time. I'm a Rogers client, and will be checking with TELUS to port over, before TELUS shuts the deal down. :)
when did this go live ? Has anyone tried to get this deal ?
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Dave510 wrote: Unless it can be combined with special plans (that are not advertised), or else this is not a deal, considering how much more overpriced Telus' (and Rogers/Bell) advertised plans are.

This is equal to a $20 credit per month over the 2 year term, and the cheapest Premium Plus plan gives you 1GB of data for $90. After this rebate it's $70 per month.

You can get a Zoomer 2 GB plan for $36, the extra 34 per month = $816 over two years.
You forgot to include the subsidy off a phone that you can get with Telus vs Zoomer. Depending on the phone you choose, the plan comes to about $40ish for 1GB. which is still cold yes.
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Dave510 wrote: Unless it can be combined with special plans (that are not advertised), or else this is not a deal, considering how much more overpriced Telus' (and Rogers/Bell) advertised plans are.

This is equal to a $20 credit per month over the 2 year term, and the cheapest Premium Plus plan gives you 1GB of data for $90. After this rebate it's $70 per month.

You can get a Zoomer 2 GB plan for $36, the extra 34 per month = $816 over two years.
what.... $90 for 1GB? How are we going backwards, My wife has $60 for 6GB...
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don't see it...
I got Fido and Public Mobile. [removed solicitation] ????
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just got the $50 for 5gb plan, i don't see telus got anything close to it
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sonyminidiscman wrote: what.... $90 for 1GB? How are we going backwards, My wife has $60 for 6GB...
Can't even get $60 for 6GB with Telus corporate plans these days.
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premium plus plan will give you $800 off the phone, so in the end it will be the same.

or you can after 10 month cancel, they will charge you around $500 penalty
Iveyman wrote: Agree.
Havent seen any of the Big 3 come out with a such a crazy rich deal in a long time. I'm a Rogers client, and will be checking with TELUS to port over, before TELUS shuts the deal down. :)
when did this go live ? Has anyone tried to get this deal ?
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Dave510 wrote: Unless it can be combined with special plans (that are not advertised), or else this is not a deal, considering how much more overpriced Telus' (and Rogers/Bell) advertised plans are.

This is equal to a $20 credit per month over the 2 year term, and the cheapest Premium Plus plan gives you 1GB of data for $90. After this rebate it's $70 per month.

You can get a Zoomer 2 GB plan for $36, the extra 34 per month = $816 over two years.
Sucker deal
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Telus is the most overpriced out of all the carriers. Stay away. You'll end up pAying more much more after 2 years.
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audavid wrote: just got the $50 for 5gb plan, i don't see telus got anything close to it
Hi, how did you get the $50/5GB plan with Rogers?
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sks8100 wrote: Hi, how did you get the $50/5GB plan with Rogers?
sorry forgot to mention that i was with fido.
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I got about the same plan as the other RFD Audavid. He's probably in Ontario or east side of Canada because they usually get better plans than us.
I'm in Vancouver but still got super good plans.

My family plans are:
$52 =5gb = me
$43 = 3gb = brother
$38 = 2gb = mom
$30 = 0.5gb = dad

and we each got $400 in credits. A total of -$1600 on our first bill. We can cancel it anytime without paying penalty.
Just have to pay some of the credits back to them if we don't stay for the whole 3 years. I think it's fair and it's like borrowing $1600 without paying any interests LOL.
This is one of the corporate plans. As long as you have a business, it should be okay. My friend started her business a few months ago and was able to get this plan.
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It's not a good idea to sign a contract to get a phone nowadays. Fido constantly have those special BYOD plans STILL cheaper than this $500 credits of $90 1 gb plan.
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audavid wrote: sorry forgot to mention that i was with fido.
just saw your post now. You meant the special plan $60 for 5gb and $10 off for the first 6 months plan?
It was on RFD for a while. @sks8100
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Some plans I see now are outrageous, and how they spin them as deals is even more mind boggling.

Koodo will have to pry my Super 6GB for $60 (-10% for BYOD, so $54) plan from my cold, dead, arthritis-from-texting-too-much hands!

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