Yesterday Bell dropped the price of 16GB and 32GB iPhone 5c models by $50, and this morning Rogers has let us know they have similarly done the same. Fido also dropped the price to $80 and $180 respectively for 16GB and 32GB models too.
Do note that with Rogers, if you add a smartphone to any Share Everything plan on a 2-year term, you can get 50% off the device price, and it’s applicable to iPhones.
Fido’s iPhone 5c Price Drop:
Also, Virgin Mobile similarly dropped the price of the iPhone 5c as well:
TELUS Also Puts the iPhone 5c on Sale
This morning, Telus also updated their website to note the sale on the iPhone 5c as well, offering $50 off both 16GB and 32GB models.
Koodo also dropped the price of the iPhone 5c to start at $75 with a Tab Large subsidy.
There you have it folks. The wireless tango is alive and well in Canada. Let us know if you’re going to jump on this!
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