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Bell iPhone X Contract Pricing: Starts at $599.99 with $95/Month Plan

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Bell has posted iPhone X pricing on two-year contracts on their website, and as expected, pricing is pretty much identical to Rogers and Telus.

Here are Bell’s starting prices for iPhone X on contract on maximum subsidies:

  • 64GB iPhone X – $599.99
  • 256GB iPhone X – $799.99
For the max subsidy prices listed above, it will require a minimum $95 per month plan (minimum $25/1GB data per account plus minimum $70/month per user).

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Note Bell’s outright pricing for the 64GB model is $1349, a $30 premium over Apple.ca prices.

If you pay a couple hundred bucks more and go with the starting $799.99 64GB price, you only need to have a minimum $85 per month plan ($25/1GB minimum plus $60/month per user). The 256GB model on a $85 per month plan will cost $999.99 up front (remember when iPhone upgrades were $199?!).

Apple’s iPhone X pre-orders kick off this Friday, October 27 at 12:01AM PT/3:01AM ET.

Vote in our poll here to share what iPhone X configuration you’re going to pre-order.

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  • MrXax

    Lol naw

  • khiladi420

    This is completely nuts… i’d rather keep my 6GB/$60 and buy the phone outright.

  • MathieuM

    For the 64 GB model, the upfront discount is $720, which works out to $30 per month over a 2 year contract. Bell then charges a minimum plan of $95 per month, which seems to include 1 GB of data. So the tipping point is $65 ($95 – $30 = $65). If you can get a BYOD plan with at least 1 GB of data for $65 or less, then you come out ahead by buying the 64 GB iPhone X directly from Apple. If you can only find a BYOD plan with 1 GB of data for $65 or more, then you are better off getting the phone through Bell.

  • Widohmaker

    Apple needs to launch the iPhone upgrade program and purchase program Canada.

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    Yeah unless I need to get one for development, I think I’ll keep my 6s with grandfathered Mobilicity plan (price being raised $5 to $35/mo for 6GB and unlimited NA talk and text.) At least I’ll have a headphone jack. And a screen without a bite taken out of it. And a proper home button – not just a line drawn at the bottom of the screen.

  • lostcanadien

    With Virgin I’m $47.10 including taxes and fees….guess I’m buying outright if I get it haha

  • SOB

    Or just go with Freedom Mobile. Recently switched and loving it.

  • HiKsFiles

    On Bell’s website right now…

    $599.99
    2-year term

    Requires a minimum of 4 GB ($15/mo.) of data per account plus a minimum of $70/mo. per user.

  • Eric

    Id rather just wait till next year, when the iPhone X will be the regular iPhone… I can’t imagine them releasing an iPhone 8S or 9… right?

  • Ludi L

    why they don’t do it ?

  • Widohmaker

    I don’t know. Probably having difficulty getting a partner bank on board for the 0% financing.

  • Jake

    am I wrong in saying I see a huge discount by attempting to get this phone on contract? If my plan currently is 125$ anyway, do I stand to lose anything by getting the phone half price this year? I’ve always purchased outright but with the cost of the X, I’ve started thinking about inking a term.

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