Canadian carrier PC Mobile, who currently sells prepaid phones and plans, will be starting up their own plans on postpaid contracts starting June 5. As part of this new service, PC Mobile will be bringing aboard a slew of new phones, including the Nokia Lumia 520. A snapshot of their inventory suggests the Lumia 520 will fetch $180 full retail.
PC Mobile is a service offered by The Mobile Shop, a widespread phone retailer in Canada. They will be reselling TELUS' LTE and HSPA+ network under the PC Mobile brand, which means that they will be able to cover most of Canada. According to MobileSyrup, plans work like Koodo’s Tab System, where customers are essentially committed until they pay off the cost of their phone, without contracting for a certain term.
Other phones coming for the June 5 launch will be:
- Samsung Galaxy S4 in Black ($625)
- BlackBerry Q10 in Black ($625)
- LG Nexus 4 ($400)
- Samsung Galaxy SII X in Black ($300)
- Samsung Galaxy Ace IIx in Black ($180)
Source: MobileSyrup; Thanks to thecanuckguy for the tip!