You probably noticed that the new iPhone 7 was revealed yesterday. It got rid of the headphone jack and added a couple of stereo speakers, among other features that had been long since been leaked. We also learned of the off-contract pricing for the new smartphones, but how much can you expect to pay if you want to buy the iPhone 7 or the iPhone 7 Plus on contract?

Just about everybody, including Apple itself, will start taking pre-orders starting tomorrow and that’s likely when a lot of the pricing will start to get confirmed by the carriers too. Outright pricing for the iPhone 7 starts at $649 US for the 32GB model and how all the SKUs align with the typical 24-month “installment” plan has also been plainly laid out already. In Canada, the “installment” plan paradigm hasn’t quite caught on yet, so “contract” pricing is still a little different.

While Telus, Rogers and Bell have not yet indicated their pricing scheme, that information has been posted by SaskTel and it’s likely that the big three will sell the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 on contract for roughly the same amount of money.

  • iPhone 7 (32GB): $398.99
  • iPhone 7 (128GB): $528.99
  • iPhone 7 (256GB): $658.99
  • iPhone 7 Plus (32GB): $548.99
  • iPhone 7 Plus (128GB): $678.99
  • iPhone 7 Plus (256GB): $798.99

All six variations are being made available in all five colors: black, gold, rose gold, silver, and jet black. Expect shipments to commence next week on September 16. Are you lining up outside your local Apple Store yet?


Via iPhone in Canada

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