It was revealed last week that the upcoming quad-core Samsung Galaxy Note II 3-year price would range between $149.99 and $249.99. Best Buy listed the lower end pricing to be available at Bell and TELUS, while Rogers was on the higher-end. Today, the big box retailer has shifted their pricing around for the TELUS and Bell versions and bumped up the cost by $50 to $199.99. This makes a bit more sense. We’ve also been informed that the no-term pricing for the Jelly Bean powered Android will be $729.99 (from the Big 3 carriers).
The Note II and its 5.5-inch display and S-Pen will be available on October 30th via TELUS, Bell, Rogers, Mobilicity, WIND, Mobilicity, Videotron and SaskTel.
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