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Bell documents show prices for iPhone, BlackBerry Bold 9700

updated 07:50 pm EDT, Thu October 15, 2009

Subsidized and off-contract prices detailed

Adding to details leaked in an earlier report, documents from the Canadian carrier Bell appear to show launch plans for the iPhone, BlackBerry Bold 9700 and Samsung Omnia 2, according to the Boy Genius Report. The latest source claims the iPhone 3G will be available for $150 with a three-year contract after rebates, while off-contract pricing is set at $600.

The 8GB iPhone 3GS should sell for $200 with an agreement or $700 without, while the 16GB variant is said to be available for $300 on-contract or $800 unsubsidized.

The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is expected to sell for $250 with a contract, with the Bold 9000 dropping to $150. Samsung's Omnia 2 will be slightly more expensive, with a $350 price when paired with a three-year agreement.

The iPhone 3G and 3GS are believed to be scheduled for arrival on November 4th. The carrier has yet to officially confirm the launch details.



By Electronista Staff
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  1. elec999

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    Same identical price like Rogers/FIdo

    The price for the iPhone 3GS is the same/will for Bell like is now for Rogers/Fido (hardware). I dont think Bell will provide better plans then Rogers. Lets hope.

  1. sixcolors

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    Joined: Oct 2001

    +3

    WTF

    I think you forgot to do fact checking on this one. There is no 8GB 3Gs. I highly doubt the accuracy of this report.

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