I remember you helping me out 2 years ago when I had questions about buying my iPhone 5. Good to see you are still helping others.
I have almost decided to by an iPhone 6 unlocked from Apple so I can keep my old plan. I looked at the Rogers FaceBook site and found this quote:
Rogers Our Share Everything plans include great features like unlimited Canada-wide calling and messaging, voicemail and Call Display – features customers on older plans have to pay extra for. You can also purchase the device outright and activate it on a month-to-month basis on your current plan. - Michael T
Can you explain what Micheal means in the bolded text? I thought all I had to do was buy the new iPhone 6 unlocked and move my sim card from the iPhone 5 to the iPhone 6 and carry on with my current plan. Do I really have to activate it on a month-to-month basis?? What does that really mean?
I have a 5s with 1 year left on the 2 year contract. I also have the 6GB data plan which I don't wish to give up. Will I have to pay the DSRF (device savings recovery fee) if I buy a 6 Plus outright from the Apple store? Or is this only if I am starting a new contract after closing the present one by paying the DSRF and then contracting out the 6 Plus?
As long as I still owe Rogers 12 more months of contract, do they care whether I sell my 5s with the 1 year still remaining as long as I continue with them using the new 6 Plus? Seems to me they shouldn't be bothered by what I do with the 5s which is still under contract as long as I continue paying the balance of the contract until it's over and then I would be free to go anywhere.
Or am I confused??
Also, should I sell the 5s without the sim card or wipe it and include it with the phone and start afresh?