1. you sir name's Avatar
    Just came across this and thought I'd share with anyone interested:

    Rogers BlackBerry Bold 9900 Smartphone - 3 Year Agreement : Rogers Smartphones - Best Buy Canada

    Looks like it's only on until August 29, but in case you were holding out because $200 was too much, maybe now you'll change your mind. Personally, I want to avoid being locked in for another 3 years, so I'm going to wait a bit longer. But otherwise seems like a great deal!

    Cheers!
    08-24-11 05:33 PM
  2. freethisberrydotcom's Avatar
    Thanks for the share .. That is a good deal ...
    08-24-11 05:39 PM
  3. yauchunh's Avatar
    thats a pretty good deal. does anyone know if existing rogers customer can somehow use this? or is this only for new customers getting the phone through rogers at bestbuy?
    08-24-11 05:40 PM
  4. BBFTW88's Avatar
    Three years?! Jesus.... And I thought our two year contracts over here in the UK were too much.

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    08-24-11 05:42 PM
  5. you sir name's Avatar
    I can't see why existing customers wouldn't be able to use this. The only part that sucks is having to pay the early upgrade fee if you're currently in a contract ($15/month until you've reached 30 months).
    08-24-11 05:45 PM
  6. mssca's Avatar
    Three years?! Jesus.... And I thought our two year contracts over here in the UK were too much.

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    Canadian government is run by big CEO not the ordinary people like us. Dictators are CEOs here in Canada.
    08-24-11 05:58 PM
  7. awaisjaffery's Avatar
    now its at $49
    09-28-11 01:00 PM
  8. big samm's Avatar
    Even at 49$ i would never sign my soul with Rogers for 3 years.... In 3 years the Bold 10500 will be out and the 9900 will be almost history!
    09-28-11 01:13 PM
  9. Fnord's Avatar
    Even at 49$ i would never sign my soul with Rogers for 3 years.... In 3 years the Bold 10500 will be out and the 9900 will be almost history!
    FYI: There's a law in Quebec that the max ETF a carrier can charge is equivalent to the phone subsidy pro-rated over the length of the contract.

    In this case if you pay $49 for the phone (saving you $450 off the full retail price), you'd have to pay an ETF fee of $12.5 for each month left on your contract to break it.
    09-28-11 02:04 PM
  10. gregorylkelly's Avatar
    3 year contracts are bull****. But, it's also bull**** that this phone costs $249 on a 2 year contract here in the states.
    09-28-11 02:17 PM
  11. Hi Tek's Avatar
    Lol.. It's on sale for 49.99 right now @ BestBuy
    09-28-11 03:13 PM
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