Rogers iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Contract Pricing Released [u]
Canadian wireless carriers have released their two-year contract pricing for Apple’s latest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Rogers offers a few ways for customers to get the latest iPhone on a two-year contract: Edge Financing, Upfront Edge or Edge Tabs.
With Edge Financing, Rogers offers $0 down (including no taxes upfront), 0% interest device financing, over 24 months. You just pay off the device balance over 24 months, while the requirement is either a $75/10GB, 95/20GB or $125/50GB Infinite plan.
So an entry iPhone 11 at $979 divided by 24 months would be $40.79, plus a $75/10GB Infinite plan, for example, to make a monthly cost of $115.49.
The same formula would apply for an iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max—just divide the outright device cost by 24 months and then add an Infinite plan to get your total monthly cost.
For traditional two-year contract pricing, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max is available on Edge Financing, Upfront Edge (where you need to either return the device at the 2 years or pay back the savings), or traditional Edge tabs.
Example pricing below is based on Edge 40 Tab, for those not looking to do Edge Financing:
iPhone 11 – Edge 40 Tab – Minimum $105/10GB Plan
- 64GB – $40
- 128GB – $110
- 256GB – $250
iPhone 11 Pro – Edge 40 Tab – Minimum $115/10GB Plan
- 64GB – $450
- 256GB – $660
- 512GB – $950
iPhone 11 Pro Max – Edge 40 Tab – Minimum $115/10GB Plan
- 64GB – $590
- 256GB – $810
- 512GB – $1100
Rogers iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro pre-orders went live earlier this morning via the company’s reservation system. Are you going to buy a 2019 iPhone from Rogers on a two-year contract?
Update: Apologies folks, I woke way too early this morning. This article has been updated to reflect all 2019 iPhones are available through Edge Financing, Edge Tab or Upfront Edge. Edge 40 is provided as an example of plans you will pay if you’re not looking to opt for Edge Financing or Upfront Edge, and want to pay the lowest amount upfront.