Galaxy Note 2 for Telus and Bell gets priced at $149.99, Rogers variant is $100 more expensive

October 13, 2012
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    Best Buy has given Canadian folks who can’t wait to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 something to cheer about. It was only yesterday that we learned about the availability of the phablet on Telus, which is expected to start selling it from October 30 and now we get some sort of confirmation of its price on several carriers.

    As listed on the retailer’s website, the 16GB Galaxy Note 2 will be offered for $149.99 with a three-year contract on Telus and Bell. It’s a great price for a quad-core device with a 5.5-inch display, right? Now, this is where things get rather confusing. The price for Rogers variant is listed as $249.99. Eh?

    Before we discuss the inconsistency, let’s move on to the next set of information. It appears customers won’t be able pre-order the Jelly Bean device online just yet. You’ll have to make do with the traditional way of visiting the brick-and-mortar stores yourself to make a $50 down payment. While only the grey version of the Galaxy Note 2 is listed on the website, we’re sure that the white variant will be offered as well.

    Some thoughts: we’re not sure whether the Telus and Bell price is accurate and whether Rogers would really be levying a $100 premium on its variant of Galaxy Note 2. Guess we’ll find out soon enough come October 24  – though we don’t mind getting some clarification from Best Buy or any of the wireless carriers much, much sooner.

    Do you think the prices are accurate? Would the Galaxy Note 2 be really offered for $149.99 on contract?

    Comments

    • http://m.youtube.com/mrjlwilliams J. Williams, click here

      I wish they would bring back ONE year contracts!

    • http://www.facebook.com/joshhud Josh Hudson

      I thought it would be $299 with the S3 being $199

    • notie

      if rogers is $249 when telus&bell is $149 for note 2, gonna leave rogers

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lain-Ethan-Macauley/1080526420 Lain Ethan Macauley

      I really hope that T-Mobile prices are similar to this.

      • http://www.facebook.com/sam.kennedy.718 Sam Kennedy

        THey wont be, since tmobile only does 2 year contracts (like most carriers in the states) so the starting prices are (usually) a little more expensive. I would honestly way prefer that though, who keeps a phone for 3 years anymore anyways.

    • g

      they did say 3 year contract tho, maybe thats y its 150 and the other is probably 250 since its a 2 year contract, just my guess

    • C_Flat

      FutureShop.ca has the Note 2 at $50

    • Pakesso

      Remember that there are two variants too. One is 16GB and the other is 32GB. Bell does not have the 32GB model. Telus does, and Rogers might. This might be what’s making the difference.

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