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Telus just launched the Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G, and Samsung is looking to give Canadians a deal. They are offering up a $50 rebate cheque to anybody who purchases a Facinate 4G from Telus. To get the cheque, users will have to visit Samsung Canada's website and fill out a rebate form. The rebate will take 6-8 weeks to arrive, and the form must be completed before June 12th.

The Galaxy S Fascinate 4G is available from Telus for $99.99 on a 3 year term, or $529.99 contract-free. $50 off those prices is a pretty decent deal, so if you've been considering the Fascinate 4G, this just might be the incentive you needed.


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Public Mobile recently reduced the price of their handsets, and are now offering up yet another incentive for customers. Their new referral program, which will allow customers to refer others for a $20 credit, is now active. The credit will appear on customers' invoices within 6 weeks as long as both accounts are in good standing, and there is no limit to the number of people each customer can refer. While $20 doesn't seem like much, it's a considerable credit since their products and services are so cheap to begin with, and since each customer can earn several credits, this is a great move on Public Mobile's part.


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Both Bell and Virgin Mobile have both launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G, with the leaked prices proving accurate. Bell is offering it up at $49.95 on a 3 year term, or $349.95 contract-free, While Virgin has it priced at $49.99 on a 3 year contract, or $349.99 outright. The incentive to go with Virgin Mobile on this one is the colour selection, offering it up in either the standard silver/black colours, or with a shiny red finish. With Virgin, you also have the option of a standard 3 year term, or you can purchase it using their newly introduced SuperTab for as little as $49.99 as well.


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Both Bell and Virgin Mobile have both launched the BlackBerry Curve 3G, with the leaked prices proving accurate. Bell is offering it up at $49.95 on a 3 year term, or $349.95 contract-free, While Virgin has it priced at $49.99 on a 3 year contract, or $349.99 outright. The incentive to go with Virgin Mobile on this one is the colour selection, offering it up in either the standard silver/black colours, or with a shiny red finish. With Virgin, you also have the option of a standard 3 year term, or you can purchase it using their newly introduced SuperTab for as little as $49.99 as well.


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Telus has introduced a monthly data bonus of 5GB for new customers who sign up for the $65 (or greater) Clear Choice price plans, a pretty amazing incentive to choose Telus right now. To be eligible, customers must sign up for any Clear Choice voice and data plan that costs $65 or greater. Since the $65 plan already includes 1GB, customers taking advantage of this offer will get at least 6GB of monthly data usage for a minimum of $65.

According to the fine details of the offer, it's available to customers using any phone and is available until October 5th of this year. It seems as though existing customers are out of luck with this promotion, though the document does state that customer service representatives are to "follow existing escalation process for renewals".


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It looks like Bell is going to be offering up an incentive for Canadians to use the iPhone 4 on their network, as screenshots from internal systems showing a 6GB/$30 package launching on July 30th. According to the screenshot, customers will be able to sign up for the new package anytime between July 30th, 2010 and September 30th, 2010. For an additional $10 each month (totaling $40/month), users can share this data between their iPhone 4 and iPad, and get unlimited access to Starbucks Wi-Fi hotspots. Rogers has seen considerable success in the past offering a 6GB/$30 data package, so it's no wonder Bell is following suit.


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