Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime has been available at both T-Mobile and Metro PCS since April 2017. You can get one from Videotron today, TELUS tomorrow, or at Bell Mobility on October 26th. More carriers are likely follow in the near future.
Videotron is charging $199.95 to buy the phone outright, or it starts at $19.95 on a 2-year term. At TELUS it will cost $240 outright, or $0 down on a 2-year term.
Pretty reasonable price for a basic Android smartphone. It might not have a lot of internal storage space with 16GB built in, but a microSD card can expand your storage up to 256GB. It has all the basics you'd expect; LTE connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, a simple 5MP main camera with HD video recording capabilities and a 2MP front-facing selfie camera.
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