Tbaytel Nexus S pricing is cheap and expensive ($49.99 on 3-year)

Ian Hardy

April 18, 2011 9:17pm


The Nexus S is one of the first smartphones to be widely available across multiple carriers, thus creating a price war. The 3-year contract price ranges from $99.99 to $149.99 depending on who you get it from. In addition, the no-term pricing is the most heated from a low $425 to $525. We’ve forgotten to mention Tbaytel way up north who has an arrangement with Rogers for devices. They started to carry the Nexus S and have by far the greatest spectrum of price plans. They actually come in the lowest at $49.99 on a 3-year contract but skyrocket to the most expensive at $549.99 no-term. If you’re thinking no-term it’s probably best to make the trek a few kilometers to any one of the other carriers and save some money.

Source: Tbaytel

  • asdgasd

    hmm, never heard of them before. hopefully this will provoke robellus and their sub brands to lower pricing!

  • Thomas

    @Asdgasd

    TBayTel is a regional carrier in Northern Ontario. They’ve been around for quite a while, and recently followed the lead of other regional carriers (Sasktel, MTS) and have built out a new HSPA network.

  • seller

    Anyone who is in Thunder Bay is not driving 300+ miles to save 100 bucks on a smartphone lol.