TELUS iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Contract Pricing Starts at $230 on Premium Plus


Pre-orders start September 15 at 12:01AM PDT/3:01AM EDT (tonight) for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus from Apple, along with Rogers, Telus and Bell.

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Customers looking to pre-order iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus from Telus can expect to the pay the following on two-year terms, according to the company via email:

iPhone 8 

  • 64GB: $230 on Premium Plus Plan ($430 on Premium Plan)
  • 256GB: $430 on Premium Plus Plan ($630 on Premium Plan
iPhone 8 Plus
  • 64GB: $360 on Premium Plus Plan ($560 on Premium Plan)
  • 256GB: $560 on Premium Plus Plan ($760 on Premium Plan)

Premium Plus plans add $10 more per month to your plan, which takes $200 off the up front price, making plans start at $95 for 3GB of data and 300 local daytime minutes.

Telus iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus pre-orders will take place on September 15th. Last year’s Telus iPhone 7 pre-orders kicked off at about 1AM PDT/4AM EDT.


  • bbousquet

    Premium Plus? Seriously? I never noticed that their plans were named after soda crackers…

  • OliChabot

    Starting at 95$/month dear lord… so happy I get 30% off with Rogers

  • Tim

    Koodo has them listed, but they cost more. The iPhone 8 starts at $430 and the iPhone 8 Plus starts at $560, both on Tab Large.

  • Surveillance

    So let me get this straight, pay $240 over 2 years to save $200 up front?

  • Trevor Robertson

    note that is the same pricing, as listed above

  • Dany Quirion

    530$ off

  • Lol

  • Stephane Vallieres

    ahahah, I pay 56$ for 13gb (and i use only 2 or 3 per months) and everything unlimited, even in Usa, with Videotron. Stop financing your phone, buy it used, cash, 1 generation behind, and be happy ! I’m currently looking for an iphone 7… but my 6s Plus 64gb is still perfect..

  • So Young

    you have a lot of GB due to stream music unlimited cancelled I think, so its an exception. But yes, I agree that if you are already on a good BYOD plan, stay there but not everyone have the money to spend even $7-800 for a phone.

  • Si2k78

    Haha…… That never occurred to me before. Good eye!