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Tech Need advice on i-phone service provider

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Furla Queen, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. Furla Queen

    Furla Queen New Member

    I'm thinking of getting my first ever i-phone and personal cell. Does anyone have advice about which provider might give me the best deal - competitive pricing and minimal hassle? I'm not intending to use the phone a lot, just SMS and access to emails. Thanks.
  2. lwza

    lwza Junior Member

    They're all pretty much the same... lol... I'm using Rogers and I haven't had any problems. Costs around $60/month for me. My plan is 200 minutes weekdays, unlimited weekends and evenings from 6pm, unlimited social networking MMS, 500mb data. go to www.rogers.com

    You could also buy the phone separately and use Wind, which seems to have pretty cheap plans!
  3. mon

    mon New Member

    Just a minor correction. Iphone does not suport AWS so it is not compatible with the Wind network.
  4. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    However, the Galaxy S does :) and so does the Blackberry Bold 9700. For your purposes, a blackberry might be better.
  5. ema

    ema Full Member

    Mmm, if you happen to be a student I'd recommend talking to Rogers.
    They give pretty good deals which accommodate your needs as a student.

    If not a student, then I have no idea.
  6. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    The Blackberry Bold is also getting an upgrade to 9780 (rumour is end of the month for Rogers, earlier for Telus) so it would be better to hold out if you end up going that option (which I would recommend if all you're using your phone for is SMS and email).

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