Looks like the Daytime Emmy-quality drama that's infiltrated the Nokia E71's entry into the Canadian market may finally be drawing to an overdue end. Originally, Fido had been rumored to be the lucky recipient of the sexy little S60 number with QWERTY, but at some point, parent company Rogers became the front runner to nab it -- and MobileSyrup reports that the coup is now complete. There's no sign of it on their website just yet, but calling up a Rogers rep will apparently now net you the opportunity to score an E71 for $99.99 CAD on a three-year contract with the purchase of a voice and data plan totaling $45 a month or higher -- so if enterprise-y Symbian gear is how you roll, here's your chance.

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