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‎13-12-2017
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Re: Broken iPhone
he said he broke his phone though.  I thought the device was warranted against defects, etc for up to 1 year from purchase, but not for accidental breakage.
Re: iPhone X Delivery Times
I agree with everyone else here.  You are providing no real information.  In fact, you are just saying in another way to wait because there's nothing we can do; we're at your mercy.  That's not good enough.  It's not good enough that a) Videotron has a "fictious date" b) the retail staff say oh it's a fictious date, but you will most likely get it before this date and c) Videotron is unable to manage the supply compared to Apple store or their competitors.  I wish I never went to the Videotron store now to get this phone.  I was given a date of Jan 2 which I said was awfully long, but the guy said, oh it's just a ficitious date to hold your place in the system and said you should get it before that.  I'm starting to think that was a bold faced lie just to get me to sign on the dotted line.  Not happy with how you and all of Videotron is handling this.
Re: iPhone X Delivery Times
I’m sure there has to be a better answer than this canned response. When will there be a supply of the iPhone X? I would really like to get this phone before Christmas, especially if it will be available from apple directly by next week!
Re: Unlocking Iphone
According to the updated wireless code by the CRTC, as of Dec 1, all new phones from any carrier must be unlocked upfront.  If you have a phone from Videotron prior to Dec 1, if you request it to be unlocked, they must do it, free of charge. Excerpt from https://www.canada.ca/en/radio-television-telecommunications/news/2017/06/crtc_puts_an_endtolockedcellphonesandunlockingfees.html The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that as of December 1, 2017, all individual and small business wireless service customers will have the right to have their cellphones and other mobile devices unlocked free of charge upon request. In addition, all newly purchased devices must be provided unlocked from that day forward.