Rogers-owned Fido has slashed the price of Apple’s iPhone 12 mini, as the official launch of iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro nears this Friday.
Right now, the Fido website is showing financing deals with $0 down for the iPhone 12 mini that launched one year ago.
You essentially pay a minimum monthly plan and then the monthly financing charge for 24 months on contract.
- iPhone 12 mini (64GB) – $17.99/month x 24 = $505.68 (regular $825; save $319.31; 39%)
- iPhone 12 mini (128GB) – $20.99/month x 24 = $575.76 (regular $895; save $319.23; 36%)
Fido requires you to have a minimum $45/month plan, with the latter currently included with only 4GB of data though.
Last year, when iPhone 12 mini launched, it cost the following below from Apple.ca:
Users on RFD have noted their accounts are showing special financing deals for hardware upgrades to iPhone 12 mini as well, with some noting prices of $6.07/month for the 64GB ($145.68) and $8.99/month for the 128GB version ($215.76).
If you’re able to get these special offers in your account, it can result in a decent deal for the iPhone 12 mini that’s just a year old.