At Costco today and noticed the Pixel is $300 cheaper for Rogers and Bell then with Fido. I checked out their plans and similar pricing to Fido so why the huge difference? Same applied To IPhones and Galaxy phones as well just not as obscene.
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The Pixel is $67.99 on a Rogers plan and $367.99 on a subsidized Fido plan. I checked out Rogers pricing and it's competitive with Fidos. In fact I could argue that since Rogers offers shared data plans if you've got multiple lines Rogers can be cheaper then Fido. So like I said I'm a little bewildered by these differences.
@Proac i'm on Bell website to get the phone for $99 you need a 2-year term with a Premium Smartphone Plus plan. The details for such a plan is (Requires a minimum of 5 GB ($50/mo.) of data per account plus a minimum of $75/mo. per user.) and that's the minimum, so that's $125/month.