I'm #56 of 86 in the business queue cause I had a plan from my old employer. I called Rogers to switch to consumer so that I can get the phone faster. I haven't received my consumer queue # yet but I'm keeping the business order in place also. First one to ship wins! 🙂
@Need2fly No more waiting for the 6P... Rogers extended me an offer on a Note 5 that I couldn't refuse. Plus I need a phone ASAP due to my current phone life near the end. Have had quite the battle with Rogers these past few weeks on many issues, but glad they decided they had made some customer service errors and extending much better customer service in terms of an offer to keep my business.
Once I receive confirmation of the new device being shipped I will remove myself from business reserve list. Currently 27th on that list.
Good luck to everyone. Hope the devices dont take long to reach your hands, and that it comes with no more issues.
With all (or nearly all) carriers BUT Rogers offering the Nexus 5X and no one at Rogers having information on whether or not they will offer it, I feel disappointed by the lack of support. These Google flagships are in many people's expectancies... no information might just be worse than a definitive "no, we won't offer the Nexus 5X". I guess it just holds me until my patience reaches its limit. No contract, ok plan, retention factor is low. Yes, 6P could be an option, unless you're not ready to pay 100$ more or carry a HUGE phone.
Wind Mobile: $599 outright, as low as $49 on the WINDTab (16GB version)
Bell: $579.99 no-term, or$129.99 on a 2-year term (16GB version)
SaskTel: $599.99 outright, $149.99 on a 2-year term (16GB version)
Videotron: $499.95 outright, and $99.95 on a 2-year term (16GB version)
Eastlink: $603 retail, or $99 on the Tab. (Coming soon, 16GB version)
Telus: $630 outright, and $130 on a 2-year term.
Source: MobileSyrup.com (http://mobilesyrup.com/2015/11/10/nexus-5x-canada-carriers/)