Rogers and its flanker brand Fido have posted their 2019 Black Friday deals, offering up to $200 in bill credits.
Rogers Black Friday Deals – $100 credit on new activations or upgrades on 2-year terms:
- iPhone 11 Pro $0 on Edge 40 plan with Upfront Edge
- iPhone 11 $0 on Edge 40 plan
- Samsung S10+ for $0 on Edge 40 plan
- Samsung S10 $0 on Edge 20 plan
- Samsung S10e $0 on Edge 20 plan
- Free Sonos One speaker with iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+, Note 10
Fido Black Friday Deals: $200 credit when on new activations and upgrades on 2-year terms:
- iPhone XR $0 on a large plan
- iPhone XS $0 on Extra Large plan
- iPhone 8 $0 on Medium plan
- Samsung S10 $0 on Large plan
- Samsung S10e $0 on Jarge plan
- Samsung A70 $0 on Medium plan
- Fido Internet: 75u or 150u is 50% off for 12 months
Fido’s promo double the data on select plans also is ongoing during this sale for plans starting at $45 per month.
At various retailers like Best Buy, activating new two-year terms can also get you bonus gift cards on select phones.
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