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Rogers iPhone X Contract Pricing Revealed, Starting at $599 for 64GB

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Rogers has shared iPhone X carrier pricing on its website, which lists the following prices:

  • 64GB iPhone X – $599
  • 256GB iPhone X – $799

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These are on Premium+ plans offering the max subsidy, since the prices listed on the Rogers website are next to iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus contract pricing, on these same plans. Premium+ plans start at $95 per month with 3GB data and 300 local weekday minutes.

Premium plans offer $200 less subsidy upfront, which means pricing will be at $799/$999 for 64GB/256GB respectively, with monthly plans starting at $85 per month. Better start saving those pennies, folks.

iPhone X pre-orders still start on October 27 with a launch set for November 3.

Earlier today, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus launched in Canada. Some Freedom Mobile users are already using these latest iPhones, as they support the Band 66 AWS LTE.

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  • pegger1

    So with the Premium Tab you pay $10 less per month ($240 less over 2 yrs), but pay $200 more for the phone. Isn’t paying the $200 a better option than paying the $240?
    I’m curious is Smart Tab an option on the iPhone X, for another $200 on the phone?

    What province is that pricing? In MB Premium+ starts at $60 for 1 GB.
    $95 gets you 15GB.

  • Steve

    I have clue what a premium + plan is. I have a business plan.

  • BeaveVillage

    I’m not getting the X because of the stupid notch in an otherwise beautiful screen and the dissolving of the FingerPrint Reader, whose with me?

  • FragilityG4

    I’m going to wait and try it out, but I find it hard to believe I won’t get it. I’m still using a 5s!

  • Lucky6877

    Agreed, I will wait for the XS next year (I suspect they will get rid of that notch by then). iPhone 8 for me as I have 6s

  • FragilityG4

    Was this a leak? I can’t seem to find it on their site…

  • aRhyno

    Notch probably isn’t going anywhere. I’m guessing this is apples way of being “different”. they had two choices. Make it as it is with a notch or leave a 1/4” black bar at the top. I think it will grow on people and Dev’s will use the space for buttons when using the phone sideways.

  • OliChabot

    I guess that some people cannot stick 800$ right away out of their pockets or on their credits crads and that’s why they prefer to go with a smaller upfront fee/higher monthly fees

  • It’s under Compare iPhones on the Rogers website.

  • So Young

    its just too expensive mostly for a first gen device.

  • Kevin

    Why not just keep the 6S? No reason to upgrade now if you’re doing it next year.

  • FragilityG4

    Don’t count on it. I can’t understand that with all the positives this phone possesses the hill to die on for so many is the notch. Seems a little ridiculous when you think about it.

  • FragilityG4

    Found it. Can’t access it from the mobile site.

  • FragilityG4

    First gen what? How often have Apple’s first gen products let people down?

  • Ned K.

    Yeah, Blackberry was different too!

  • Ned K.

    Many many times? Antenna gate for example? Warping 6 Plus?

  • FragilityG4

    So two relatively minor things (antenna gate was the AT&T network) overshadows a decade of producing fine products? That’s like putting all of Samsungs phones into the guillotine for the Note 7.

  • Salinger

    Excellent, one less person I have to worry about keeping me from getting an X! Cheers! 🙂

  • thecomputer

    Would love to see a comparison of the per month cost of contract vs non-contract pricing of iPhone X for all the major carriers as you guys have done in the past.

  • johnnygoodface

    Well, notch or not I’m getting it, full priced (not subsidized). It’ll be a one big cost up front and this will allow me to keep my 50$/6GB/unlimited calls/text messages Telus contract intact. I’m not sure about the Apple Care thought and from what I understand we’ve got a year to decide (that’s what I did on my MBP).

    Stop complaining about the price. It’s like anything else: you can buy a 40,000$ car, or get the 20K one instead. It’s always a question of choices and priorities, but if you don’t think it’s worth it, don’t buy it.

    Here we pay for the brand (yes I’m proud of owning Apple) but also and mostly because of the ecosystem they have built around their products.

  • Salinger

    You also get unparalleled customer service and incredible resale value when you want to sell and upgrade. I’ll be purchasing on subsidy for the first time having just gotten a great loyalty plan from Rogers.

    As for Apple Care, just FYI, Apple changed their policy a while ago. You have to add it within 60 days of your iPhone purchase.

  • Salinger

    Rogers appears to allow you to get any phone on any plan tier (Premium +, Premium, Smart Tab etc) you just pay more upfront as you go down the line. You can go to their website, select a phone, and then see the upfront cost on the slider to the right as you change the plan tier.

  • johnnygoodface

    Thanks for the tip Salinger

  • FragilityG4

    Can you get the subsidy (it’s actually a payment plan) with the loyalty plan? I thought it had to be a minimum of $80/month and a share everything plan?

  • FragilityG4

    Were you ever able to reproduce the claim on a different network? I couldn’t. It was AT&T. Half made by Samsung? Partially true except all specifications are created by Apple. Samsung just does what they’re told to do. And as soon as LG or Sharp have their OLED production plants running to spec, you can bet Samsung will not be producing the panels anymore hence why they are gouge Apple right now on the per panel cost. But hey, haters have to hate because they don’t know any better.

  • OliChabot

    Pretty sure you can get both. I get 30% off my plan because of a corporate rate from Rogers and still get to have a subsidy. Which means 360$ iPhone Plus with a 85$/month plan – 30%

  • FragilityG4

    I have the loyalty plan and I tried to see if they would allow me to get an iPhone 8 with my current plan and the only option I had was an outright purchase.

  • Salinger

    I guess it depends on the plan you have. There are as many loyalty plans as there are customers it seems.

    But yes, I definitely get the subsidy. It’s even in the name of my plan: “ShareEverything+ 10GB-Prem Tab”. My last plan was a strictly no subsidy. It all depends on what you negotiate with them.

  • FragilityG4

    I’m just going to buy it out right. My plan is $50/month so I don’t think I have much of leg to stand on when it comes to negotiation.

  • anrec

    I normally don’t care about such things. Either way – whether with a contract, with a “tab” or upfront – it’s your money, and total amount you pay for the phone and the service is approximately the same. I focus strictly on service costs generally.

  • Steve

    Thank god they got rid of that stupid home button that sucks up screen realestate. But they kinda f’d it up with that notch lol. Not much you can do about that as the front facing camera has to go somewhere.

  • OliChabot

    I kept my 72$/month -30% and got the iPhone 8 Plus at 559$

  • FragilityG4

    That’s good. Unfortunately I don’t see them extending the same love to me since my plan is $50/month. I’ll have to wait and see.

  • OliChabot

    Yes 50$/month is pretty cheap. Since about 20-30$/month from your payment goes to the subsidy it would mean too little money for the Big 3…

  • FragilityG4

    I was planning to buy the phone outright anyway.

  • farsyte

    Can’t forget the 6S launch units had batteries issues. Phones kept turning off randomly. Apply replaced it but still an inconvenience. The design of the X is pretty extreme. I would wait till next year to make sure any kinks have been fixed.

  • dave

    When do pre-orders start though? I pre-ordered my wife’s 8 at 01h02 Alberta time as soon as Apple’s site went live. I plan to do the same with the X (and still probably get it mid October) but I don’t know how reliable Rogers site is… I don’t want this thing to be january because of their site.

  • ej

    Reminder starting December 1 all phones sold by providers will have to be unlocked. The $50 fee should be waived at that point.

  • dave

    That article is so full of crap that they even make hide their comments section and then don’t let you log in just so they don’t get called out on their garbage reporting.
    Is everything he said kind of true? sure. Does it matter nearly as much as he thinks it does? not even remotely, it’s just clickbait.

    Here’s what I would’ve written if they actually let you contest his clickbait:
    What a joke… I have never had a problem seeing my iphones (from the 4, 5, 5s, or my current 6+) in direct sunlight, and the 8, 8+ and X are all even brighter than that… Samsung having a screen that can go brighter than it needs to be for outdoor use just makes it a better flashlight then Apple’s.
    As for battery, you’re again missing practicality entirely just for clickbait… is it smaller yes? Is it more efficient? absolutely. The X will be way more demanding on Face ID alone, then you have a way more powerful processor while still retaining the same length as the 7. Would I like it to be longer? sure. is it by any means bad, or even worse than before? no.
    as for future proofing, the author acts like this technology is going to be widely available by next year or the year after. For rollouts like this to be effective anywhere other than a few select major cities takes several years. I’m open to being wrong on this one as technology progresses faster and faster all the time, but I really don’t see it being widespread for 3-4 years.

  • Salinger

    Apple’s pre-orders for the X will start at midnight PDT; 3:00am EDT on Friday, Oct 27 (more or less late Thursday night, VERY late for those of us in Eastern time).

    I’m not sure what time Rogers pre-orders go live. That’s something I need to find out too. If I remember reading comments on it in the past correctly, it’s not particularly a reliable start time.

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