MTS customers can now buy the carrier’s wireless devices at The Mobile Shop kiosks within nine Real Canadian Superstore locations in Manitoba, including Winnipeg, Brandon and Steinbach.
“We’re thrilled to partner with such a prestigious national retail chain and to continue to provide more options for our customers,” said Pat Solman, Vice President of Consumer Customer Solutions for MTS. “There are more than 80 exclusive MTS retail locations in Manitoba and by expanding our presence to The Mobile Shop, we’ll be even more accessible for customers.”
The Mobile Shop sells wireless devices from TELUS, Rogers, Bell, Koodo, Fido and Virgin Mobile—and now MTS. The Mobile Shop website has yet to be updated to show support for MTS, but that should come shortly.
Currently, there’s a sale on the iPhone 5s with the 16GB model starting at $79.99 on contract, while the 16GB iPhone 5c is $0 on contract, but of course with minimum monthly plans starting at $80 or so.
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