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Rogers’ iPhone Plan Confusion

Today I was investigating the comments made by Liz Hamilton, of Rogers Communications Inc., in regards to the iPhone pricing plans. She said.

iPhone 3G bundles are high value and offer customers savings over voice and data plans that exist today though they are not the only plans being offered.

So I decided to troll the Rogers website to find some clarification about what this actualy meant. Turns out that to activate a new iPhone 3G in Canada you don’t have to purchase one of the default plans Rogers is offering. If you are an existing customer you can use the iPhone 3G along with your current voice plan, and add a data plan on top of this. Here is the proof.

Rogers\' iPhone Plans

But the website isn’t exactly clear about any addition charges that might be included in upgrading from your current phone to an iPhone, and also doesn’t specify whether a data plan is required, or if you need to opt out of it if you don’t want one.

I plan on going to a Rogers store tomorrow to see what it would cost to upgrade my current plan to include and iPhone, I’ll be sure to upate this article based on what they tell me.


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