The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available tomorrow to pre-order through a number of carriers: Rogers, Fido, Bell, Virgin, TELUS, Koodo, MTS, SaskTel. The no-term prices start at $749, and retailers like Best Buy, Future Shop and The Source are also preparing to take orders before releasing on September 19th.
Update: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-orders are now live in Canada. More info here with updated carrier info and pricing.
The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus will be available in silver, gold and Space Grey. The prices of both models are listed below with the various internal storage options:
iPhone 6 (no term):
– 16GB: $749
– 64GB: $859
– 128GB: $969
iPhone 6 Plus (no term):
– 16GB: $859
– 64GB: $969
– 128GB: $1,079
The 2-year contract prices have yet to be officially released, but our sources gave us the following information:
iPhone 6 (Bell and Virgin):
– 16GB: $259.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
– 64GB: $369.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
– 128GB: $479.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
iPhone 6 (TELUS):
– 16GB: $265
– 64GB: $375
– 128GB: $485
iPhone 6 Plus (Bell and Virgin):
– 16GB: $369.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
– 64GB: $479.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
– 128GB: $589.95 (Virgin is $0.04 higher)
iPhone 6 Plus (TELUS):
– 16GB: $375
– 64GB: $485
– 128GB: $595
Of course until Apple, carriers and retailers go live with pre-orders, these prices could change. TELUS will reportedly go live at 3:00am ET and Bell at 7:30am ET. In addition, the Rogers Reservation System — and Fido — will open at 5am EST.
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