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We may have a socialized healthcare system up 'round these here parts, but Macnn's presented some proof that we know how to hustle a free market system too. According to the Apple news blog, Canadian telecom Telus has slashed the purchase prices on their stock of iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G handsets.
In a move to seemly hustle as many current edition iPhones out the door as possible before the iPhone 4 becomes available in the Great White North, Telus is offering up a 32GB iPhone 3GS for $149, as well as refurbished handset of the same flavor for $99. If you've got an endless supply of maple syrup and a hankering for a 16GB 3GS, Telus will make your wish come true for the low price of $99.
Still too pricey for you? How about an iPhone 3G for free?
Of course, all of these prices are only available to consumers after signing on to a contract with the company, but still, not too shabby. As all three of Canada's major cellular carriers offer the iPhone to their customers as a handset option, there's little doubt that we'll be seeing similar deals coming from Bell and Rogers in the near future.