Canada’s largest telecom has unveiled its Black Friday deals, along with the seasonal promotions for its sub-brand Fido.The centrepiece of Rogers’ ‘Wrapped in Red Event’ is the offer of a free Google Home (regularly priced at $179.99 CAD) with the activation of any Android phone on certain two-year Share Everything plans.Additionally, several of the dominant flagship Androids on the market will be $0 down, as shown below:Samsung S8 – $0 on Premium + tabSamsung S7 – $0 on Premium tabLG V30 –...
Perhaps the biggest consumer event of the year is upon us: Black Friday.Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, customers rush to snatch up all the best deals on big-ticket items for holiday gifts or just that new gadget they’ve had their eyes on for a while.Often, buyers are looking for a new phone or a great new plan, and Canadian carriers offer up promotions accordingly.Below, find all the carrier deals for 2017 in one convenient location.
As part of its ‘Early Black Friday’ deals, Freedom Mobile is offering up to $200 credits for customers who bring their own phones to the carrier and sign on to certain plans.Those who bring their own device to the carrier and activate a Big Gig or Big Gig + Everywhere Canada plan will receive a $200 credit that reduces their bill by $10 per month over 20 months.
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