Ok and since I'm in Quebec, I can keep my current $60 plan even if it's not offered anymore or do I have to switch to a new plan that isn't $80+ ?
For once, it's cool to live in Quebec 🙂
AccordTR : "I live in mb and can keep my plan as it's over $60"
So if my plan costs 60$, I have to change plans to a more expensive one? Or do you mean to say, if your plan is AT LEAST 60$ then you don't have to switch plans? (I live in Quebec, FYI.)
Also, does anyone know how much the 6 will cost? In the US, it seems to be going for 199$ with a 2-year contract. Can we expect the same prices? Or can we expect prices at least 100$ more than offered by US carriers for the privilege of living north of the border?
Unfortunately the price hasn't been released yet for Canada. Only the outright price has. It should come out shortly. The iPhone 6 Plus will be 100$ more then the iPhone 6. Apple has already said this as the iPhone 6 has a better screen and a few other things and it's bigger. The price should be similar to last year i hope.
Just chatted with Roger via Facebook (which they were awesome in responding super fast and actually answer my questions) because Live chat couldn't answer my questions. As some have stated there is no way to keep a retention plan and get subidised for the phone. So for anyone that has something similar you will have to buy the phone out right (and i recommend you do) to get the iPhone 6 (or 6 Plus). Paying and extra $30 a month forever will cost you a lot more then buying the phone out right ($30 * 3 years = 1080 as an example). Also iPhone's have great resale value so you can upgrade when ever with out getting gouged.
With corporate, it use to be that you can upgrade at the 2 year mark for free and if you want it earlier, you pay $10 a mth for each early mth from the 1 year mark so if you upgrade after 1 year, its $120, which isnt bad.. now its on the stupid tab as well, divided over 3 years instead of 2 since corporate is on 3 year plans still