The prices for iPhones went down yesterday

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The prices for iPhones went down yesterday. The SE no longer retails for $590 but rather $469. Will Koodo be adjusting their prices to reflect this?
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Goran, Mobile Master

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I'm sure that Koodo will adjust accordingly soon enough. Although they might not to entice people to get it on tab. It is 360, which is quite a bit less than outright even from Apple. You can pay it off in full after 90 days or if you wish to port out there are no penalties and you still pay a total of 360.
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Yes, but it's much less enticing because apple is willing to offer me money to trade in my current phone, so going through Koodo right now isn't really worth it for me, unless Koodo adjusts their prices.
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If you are looking to buy iPhones, I would suggest to wait for a few days more. They are adjusting the prices to meet the market. I would expect the SE to have a deep discount to be the entry level of iPhone.

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If not in a rush, best to wait till the new models have been shipping for a bit. Prices will be more realistically adjusted then.
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Some of thr best deals will probably be during the christmas season when the new phones are out and companies want to get rid of old stock.

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