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Rogers Launches $65 Share Everything Plan with 5GB Data for Manitoba

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Rogers has launched a new $65 Share Everything plan with 5GB of shareable data for customers in Manitoba only, launched on February 6.

All Share Everything plans included unlimited nationwide calling, unlimited SMS/MMS, call display, caller ID, call waiting and conference calling, 2500 call forwarding minutes and Rogers One Number.

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Data overages are $10/GB and the plan is available on monthly or 2-year terms. If you bring your own device you get $5 off, which brings this down to $60. For $10 more, users can 10GB of shareable data in the $75/month plan.

A comparable plan for customers outside of Manitoba (BC in this case) would cost $105 per month which includes 6GB of shareable data (3GB + 3GB bonus data promo).

Let us know if you’re going to jump on this, Manitobans!

[via RFD]

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  • Anthony

    Is there anything like this in Ontario?

  • Jesse

    Right when I started reading this I was like probably for Sask. or Manitoba

  • 1His_Nibs1

    Funny how when there were rumors of Verizon coming the pig 3 were screaming bloody murder about being treated unfairly by the federal government yet they can’t even treat the provinces fairly with their assorted plans that vary depending on which part of the country you live in. I guess BC and Ontario need an entrepreneur with some DEEP pockets to start a rival wireless company. Then and only then will we here in both those provinces get the same kind of deals Saskatchewan, Manitoba & Quebec get!

  • Anon

    Yup, Sask. gets the best deals in Canada with the big 3. My bro In Sask. got the same plan last summer, BUT with 6GB data, for $65. It’s a regular on going deal.

  • Anon

    Confirmed that it’s $60, not 65.

  • Tim

    Just out of curiosity, it would seem that most plans these days, or a lot of plans anyway, include unlimited nationwide LD… so what’s to stop people from getting their number in a region with better options? I already have friends who’ve left my city, but don’t bother changing their numbers.

  • Moe Sizlak

    Its actually $65 for the main line, and an additional $50 for the next (or $45 if you BYO phone). $115 plus taxes per month. Not entirely a “steal”

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