Looks like iPhone price drops are coming across the board as price drops have also reached regional carriers. SaskTel and Videotron both have lowered entry iPhone 5s models to $99 and iPhone 5c models to $0 on contract.
MTS has lowered the entry iPhone 5s to $149 and the iPhone 5c to $49 on contract, which doesn’t quite fully match the discounts we’re seeing across all carriers.
Earlier today, we reported Rogers, Fido and Virgin Mobile lowered iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c prices on contract, following the moves of Telus and Bell from last week. It was also reported new Rogers iPhone upgrades will require a minimum $80/month plan.
Apple is set to announce the iPhone 6 on September 9, so you should not upgrade until after the announcement, where we might see price drops of existing iPhone models, like we’ve seen in the past.