You could get the Sony Xperia X Performance for $699.99 from Bell Mobility in Canada. Or you can get it for free, stuck on a two-year contract with an $80 monthly plan. And you can get $100 off that “price” of free with a trade-in.

Those who are looking for a little less intensity in their Xperia experience can get an Xperia XA for $349.99 or free on a two-year term with a $35 a month plan.

The Xperia X Performance has only been on Bell’s shelves for two months. But apparently, the carrier just isn’t willing to give Sony phones the boot like what T-Mobile did with the HTC 10. Heck, the Xperia Z5 Premium’s still on sale at $799.99 or free with an $80 plan for two years.

Source: Bell (1, 2, 3)
Via: MobileSyrup

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