The Globe and Mail article THE GLOBE AND MAIL: A new mobile phone is here, and it’s going to cost you about $2,500, not including the $1,800 you pay for the SIM card.
But the cost of a basic telephone could be cheaper than a new car or home if you want to get the best deal, says a Toronto telephone directory.
It’s a new trend, said Eric Kain, president of the Toronto branch of the consulting firm Access Global.
“We’re seeing a lot of consumers asking for a new phone, but not necessarily with a big contract.
So the average price is going to be higher than a contract,” he said.
Kain says there’s a big opportunity in getting a new mobile.
Most consumers don’t have the cash for a cellphone, so if they want a cheaper phone, they’ll have to pay more for the same phone, he said, but there are new models to choose from, and new carriers that offer a range of options, from cheaper to more expensive.
New mobile plans are popping up at a rapid pace, with more than 3,000 options on offer for the 2018 model year.
The new phones are usually cheaper than the ones you’ll buy in the store.
But you might find that your plan is cheaper if you use a different carrier, say, Vodafone.
While there are many new smartphones on the market, the new ones are mostly in the lower price range.
If you have a basic plan, the monthly cost will be $200 or less, according to Access Global, and there are some exceptions.
When it comes to getting a contract, Kain said, you’ll want to ask your phone carrier to pay for a SIM card, which costs about $1 a month.
For most people, the contract will cover the phone.
Even if you do end up paying for the phone, it’s worth considering that you’ll probably get a phone that has a better price than you thought, he added.
This story was corrected on Nov. 5 to clarify the cost per month of a new cellphone.