Below is an example of a TELUS Easy Payment® and Device Discount balance scenario
Phone “A” sells in store with no term pricing of $1,400. Anna picks a 2-year term and receives a $200 device discount in store for the phone. The remaining $1,200 TELUS Easy Payment® balance is spread out over 24 months ($50 per month).
The device discount of $200 is spread out over 24 months ($200/24 = $8 per month)
If Anna completes her 24-month term, the TELUS Easy Payment® balance will reach $0 and the full device discount will be applied.
If she chooses to renew and get a new device after 22 months, she’ll have to pay back the TELUS Easy Payment® balance for the remaining 2 months of $100 ($50 x 2 months) and the device discount that would have been applied for the remaining 2 months of $16 ($8 x 2).
What if I buy my device outright or bring my own device?
If you choose to buy the device outright or bring your own device then you will not have a TELUS Easy Payment® balance as your device is already paid in full. You will have a device discount balance that will need to be paid back if you decide to upgrade or cancel your device before the end of your service term.
What if I have a Tab with Koodo? Can I transfer my balance from Koodo to TELUS?
Koodo customers with a Tab and Tab Bonus balance can convert to Easy Payment when they migrate to TELUS. Learn
how Tab Carryover works