Petro-Canada Mobility drops prices, hopes to stay alive.

John Connors

November 4, 2009 8:47am

1661petroPetro-Canada has come out with a new promotion that looks to be a complete drop in prices of almost all their devices. Here’s a summary:
– Nokia 2680 is now $90 (reduced from $110)
– Nokia 2760 is now $69 (reduced from $80)
– Nokia 1208 is now $49 (reduced from $59)
– Nokia 3555 is now $79 (reduced from $149)
In addition, you can buy the Nokia 1661 for $30 when you purchase $25 in airtime

Good deals for those looking for no commitment. More here at Petro-Canada Mobility

  • Rob Brown

    They are also adding unlimited internet browsing for $8/month

  • Scott Laird

    That is a negative title for an article.

    Based on what fact do gives you impression “HOPES TO STAY ALIVE” is appropriate.

  • Joe

    That Nokia 3555 is a 3G phone that, once unlocked, can be used on all of the following networks:

    Petro-Canada / 7-11 Speakout
    Solo (they will sell you a SIM but won’t be selling any HSPA phones)
    Telus (starting Thursday)
    Koodo ? and Virgin ?

  • Colin

    I think Petro Canada will survive. Although they jacked up their prices recently, they still make it possible for people to have a cell phone for $75 a year, and their nearest competitors charge at least $100 (excluding Speakout).

    Hopefully the new entrants will take a swipe at the bottom end of the market and offer some pay as you go plans that don’t expire so long as you use it once a year (that’s how it works in the UK)