Where to buy the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in Canada

Where to buy the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge in Canada

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The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are Samsung’s best devices to date, and they’re now available in Canada.
They’re possibly the two most important Android phones of the year, and if you live anywhere near a Canadian mall it’s been impossible to miss the torrent of pre-order competition and fan excitement.
Now that they’re available, let’s go over the various places you can purchase the Galaxy S7 and its edge counterpart.
Where to buy the Galaxy S7
The smaller Galaxy S7 is available at pretty much every carrier in the country. Prices range from $299 at Wind Mobile on its WindTab financing program, rising to $400 at most other carriers, including the Big Three: Rogers, Telus and Bell.
Rogers
Rogers sells the Galaxy S7 for $399.99 on-contract and $899.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $75 for 1GB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $385 per month for 60GB of shared data. Rogers is also currently offering a $100 bill credit for all customers signing a two-year contract with the purchase of a new smartphone.
Rogers offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.
See at Rogers
Bell
Bell sells the Galaxy S7 for $399.99 on-contract and $899.99 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $70 for 500MB of data with unlimited local calling, and rise to $165 per month for 15GB of shared data. Bell is also sweeting the deal somewhat with a $100 bill credit when you sign a two-year plan with 2.5GB of data or higher.
Bell offers the GS7 in either black or silver colours.
See at Bell
Telus
Telus sells the Galaxy S7 for $400 on-contract and $900 outright, which works out to a standard $500 subsidy. Share plans begin at $65 for 1GB of data with 300 local calling minutes, and

Article originally published at: Android Central