Looking for mobile contract advice please - I am returning to Canada to work at a new hospital at end of July. I was planning to wait until the new iPhone 5S came out in October(?) to sign a wireless contract. My current options are (1) Rogers gov't deal ($50 per month on 3 yr contract) - 350 Anytime Minutes, 1000 Local Incoming Included, 250 Canadian Long Distance Minutes Included, free evenings, 5GB data (2) Telus medical association deal ($50 per month for 3 yr contract, PLUS $250 credit UNTIL JULY 31)- 300 local anytime mins, no free LD mins (but I FaceTime my family anyways), free evenings, 3GB data With release of new 2 year plans at Telus and Bell (CDN Government restricting 3 year contracts after Dec 2013 but companies compensating by increasing fees) where to get more than 1gb data on a subsidized iPhone plan you are looking at $85-95 per month on 2 year contract, should I bite the bullet and sign up for one of these 3 year deals while they last? http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/carrier...ns-on-july-30/ http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/carrier...-leak-details/ If push comes to shove, I could resell the iPhone 5 when the 5s comes out and hopefully not lose to much (mitigated by the $250 Telus credit, and I was previously on 3GS so would still be upgrade using IP5). P.s. Canada's wireless monopoly sucks big time. Hope Verizon buys in and changes things.