Telus and flanker model Koodo are elevating their telephone activation charges from $35 to $40 in the present day, as previously confirmed.
This places Telus and Koodo’s activation charges in step with Bell and Virgin’s, that are additionally $40. Rogers and its Fido subsidiary nonetheless have their activation charges set at $35, nevertheless it appears inevitable that this, too, will elevate to $40, given what their competitors is doing.
Telus and Koodo will apply the $40 payment on all activations processed in-store or over the telephone. Nevertheless, each carriers will waive the payment in case you’re activating a telephone on-line.
It’s price noting that Telus’ mobility fees page nonetheless lists $35 per activation, not $40. Nonetheless, count on to pay $40 in case you’re activating or renewing a telephone.
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