Looking at this week's BestBuy flyer and on their website they list the Nexus 6P as a device for the Fido network, but I don't see anything on the Fido website. Is this phone available to existing users for signing new contracts?
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Called Fido today to talk about upgrades and mentioned the phone. The guy checked and they had them in the Fido distribution center (in grey only, not gold). In my case the price was more based on keeping my existing tier plan which they classified as a smart plan rather than a max plan, but looks like that's a possibility. Now I'm not sure if I want that or the G4.
@dragondesign if you go through BesyBuy its $99 on a smartplan I spoke to someone there and he said its for smartplan but when I talk to a Fido rep she said its $70 on a max plan and $170 on a smart plan.
Good to know. Since I'm on a smart plan I'll try calling back to see if I can get the price dropped. They wouldn't do it when I called today because the Best Buy site didn't specify the type of plan so they assumed it was Max.
That's what I thought too, but apart from the front page of the flyer both the silver and gold versions are noted in the Fido section of their site as phone options. Additionally all three of these places talk about pricing on select Tab24 plans which, as far as I'm aware, is a unique naming convention to Fido. With this many mentions on their site it can't be an unintentional mistake, though could have still been put on there through misinformation of whoever enters items on the site.