Why are Telus retail prices so much higher than actual retail prices? For example the Galaxy S23 Ultra:
On samsung.ca, you can see that the regular retail price of the S23 Ultra 512GB Black is $1,889.99 (plus a discount of $240).
We can see that BestBuy is offering the same retail price as Samsuing (with a similar discount).
But telus is asking $2335.00 for the same device. Even if we ignore the discount (which is being universally offered at every other retailer) that is is $445 more! That is 24% about official retail price.
I am really confused? I thought there was some legislation about charging about MSRP? Even if there isn't legislation, this is gouging and a bad look. The $445 "discount" they are offering is essentially just bringing the phone back to actual MSRP.
I found this is the case with pretty much all their devices.