Telus Launches Smartphone Sale!

by Gaurav Kheterpal on August 19, 2011

The Back-To-School Shopping period is the most lucrative shopping period after Christmas and Telus wants to make the most of this opportunity. The carrier on Wednesday announced that it is offering several Android devices for free and the Apple iPhone 4 for $99. The discounted prices apply only if you sign a new three-year contract.

Telus is also offering a bunch of perks on other models including social networking phones for $0, free Skype to Skype calling on the LG Optimus Black, a free Wi-Fi Samsung camera with the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G and several other great offers.

iPhone lovers who do not want to shell out $99 can opt for the iPhone 3GS free on contract. Speculations suggest that hat Apple has quietly pegged October 7th as the official release date for the iPhone 5, a date that would place the unveiling of the new smartphone sometime in September. Therefore, it would be interesting to see how many customers would be interested in buying the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 when the new iPhone is due in a couple of months.

Customers can pick up the following Android devices for free – INQ Cloud Touch, Nexus S (white version), LG Optimus Black, Motorola Defy and HTC Status. While none of these classifies as a high-end Android phone, it’s a good deal to pick up a decent smartphone for free.

Apart from the three-year contract, customers will also need to pick the Student 55+ plan which includes 1GB of data and unlimited text, picture and video messaging as well as unlimited nationwide talk with any 10 numbers of your choice. Telus is offering free activation and shipping for all online orders. More details on the Telus mobility smartphone sale can be found here.

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Written by: Gaurav Kheterpal. www.digitcom.ca. Follow TheTelecomBlog.comby: RSS,TwitterFacebook, or YouTube.

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