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Rogers 6GB 3G Smartphone Data Plan Ends on August 31st

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Remember when Rogers introduced their iPhone 3G data plans that offered “extreme value” to Canadians? Well, the online fallout of their stellar marketing plans definitely got them some massive media attention from all over.

It wasn’t until July 9th that Rogers surprised us all and buckled to consumer pressure. Their offering was a 6GB smartphone data plan for $30/month. Immediately I knew this was good news since AT&T in the USA soft caps their “unlimited” data plan at 5GB. This change in their data plan pricing encouraged me to line up on launch day. The big question was will Canadians exceed the limitations of the plan?

It depends on who you talk to and their iPhone habits of course. Last month I used my iPhone 3G data plan liberally. I surfed the web, used GPS, watched a few clips here and there…and one month later my bill shows that I only used 311MB. I wonder how much more this number would change if I permanently turned off my WiFi (but that would affect my battery life drastically) and used 3G exclusively. Either way, I am going to be streaming live radio a lot more now that I have a benchmark on how much data I used last month.

What You Really Need To Know…

Okay so enough with the rant. Here’s what you need to know. The 6GB smartphone data plan for $30 will be coming on an end on August 31st, 2008. Who knows if Rogers will extend the plan or not–we know they love to charge us for our data. Once the 6GB plan ends, new iPhone 3G users will have to get the $60/400MB, $75/750MB, $100/1GB, or $115/2GB iPhone 3G voice and data packages (let me know if there’s a cheaper way to get data!) for the best bang for their buck. Or, get yourself oiled up and ready to shell out the regular price of $100 for 6GB of data.

*edit* Forgot to mention that the 6GB data will require a 3 year contract and to cancel you’ll have to pay $5/month for the remainder of the contract, up to a $100 maximum or $25 minimum. Thanks for the reminder FutureLooks.com and Adam!

Rogers Data Cancellation Policy:
In connection with your 3G Smartphone Data Plan, a Data Early Cancellation Fee (DECF) applies if, for any reason, your service is terminated prior to the end of your 36-month term. The DECF is the greater of (i) $25 or (ii) $5 per month remaining in the term, to a maximum of $100 (plus applicable taxes), and applies in addition to the Early Cancellation Fee (ECF) for termination of your voice plan service agreement.

The 6GB for $30 data plan is awesome, no question. For about $1/day, you get to be connected to the internetz 24/7. Waiting in line, walking to destinations, sitting on the bus/subway, shopping with your lady, avoiding household chores, and being anti-social at gatherings has gotten that much easier with the 6GB data plan.

My suggestion to those waiting in the wings is to add the 6GB data plan to your account before it expires. That way, if you ever do upgrade to the iPhone 3G (or any other data-hungry phone) you’ll be sitting happy. Worst case scenario just remove the plan from your account if you know you’re not going to be upgrading anytime soon.

For those who have not jumped on the 6GB data plan, what are you doing to do?

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  • If you subscribe to the 6GB plan, you are locked in for a minimum of 3 years. If you decide to remove the plan, you are not on the hook for the full $30 per month, but rather, $5.00 per month for every remaining month if you break the contract. Also, if you have a sweet retention plan that waives the system access fee, and you haven’t upgraded to the iPhone 3G, expect to have it reinstated when you finally get your 3G. What a rip! It’s almost better to just go stateside and snag one to unlock if you’re in this boat.

    This is on the FIDO side. Don’t know about the Rogers side, but I’d imagine it being very similar. Jump on it if you’ve always wanted to use your 3G or Edge Smartphone of any kind for doing that Interweb stuff. Data is Data and they don’t care if you have an iPhone. According to them “they can’t guarantee the service quality unless it is a supported handset” but we know this is just them covering their asses.

  • If you subscribe to the 6GB plan, you are locked in for a minimum of 3 years. If you decide to remove the plan, you are not on the hook for the full $30 per month, but rather, $5.00 per month for every remaining month if you break the contract. Also, if you have a sweet retention plan that waives the system access fee, and you haven’t upgraded to the iPhone 3G, expect to have it reinstated when you finally get your 3G. What a rip! It’s almost better to just go stateside and snag one to unlock if you’re in this boat.

    This is on the FIDO side. Don’t know about the Rogers side, but I’d imagine it being very similar. Jump on it if you’ve always wanted to use your 3G or Edge Smartphone of any kind for doing that Interweb stuff. Data is Data and they don’t care if you have an iPhone. According to them “they can’t guarantee the service quality unless it is a supported handset” but we know this is just them covering their asses.

  • If you subscribe to the 6GB plan, you are locked in for a minimum of 3 years. If you decide to remove the plan, you are not on the hook for the full $30 per month, but rather, $5.00 per month for every remaining month if you break the contract. Also, if you have a sweet retention plan that waives the system access fee, and you haven’t upgraded to the iPhone 3G, expect to have it reinstated when you finally get your 3G. What a rip! It’s almost better to just go stateside and snag one to unlock if you’re in this boat.

    This is on the FIDO side. Don’t know about the Rogers side, but I’d imagine it being very similar. Jump on it if you’ve always wanted to use your 3G or Edge Smartphone of any kind for doing that Interweb stuff. Data is Data and they don’t care if you have an iPhone. According to them “they can’t guarantee the service quality unless it is a supported handset” but we know this is just them covering their asses.

  • My contract with Bell was going to expire Sept 9 so I was going to miss the window to get the 6GB deal, so FU Rogers!! I renewed with Bell for another 3 years at a great rate. Maybe in 3 years some other carrier will sell me an iPhone at a more reasonable and CONSISTENT rate. I guess Rogers doesn’t need my money bad enough.

  • My contract with Bell was going to expire Sept 9 so I was going to miss the window to get the 6GB deal, so FU Rogers!! I renewed with Bell for another 3 years at a great rate. Maybe in 3 years some other carrier will sell me an iPhone at a more reasonable and CONSISTENT rate. I guess Rogers doesn’t need my money bad enough.

  • My contract with Bell was going to expire Sept 9 so I was going to miss the window to get the 6GB deal, so FU Rogers!! I renewed with Bell for another 3 years at a great rate. Maybe in 3 years some other carrier will sell me an iPhone at a more reasonable and CONSISTENT rate. I guess Rogers doesn’t need my money bad enough.

  • Justin

    I’m still on the fence on the 6G for 30 bucks. Do I really need to access the web while travelling between work and home. I have Wi-Fi at home and Wi-Fi at work. I wish someone could give me a 10 good solid reasons to convince me 🙂

  • Justin

    I’m still on the fence on the 6G for 30 bucks. Do I really need to access the web while travelling between work and home. I have Wi-Fi at home and Wi-Fi at work. I wish someone could give me a 10 good solid reasons to convince me 🙂

  • Justin

    I’m still on the fence on the 6G for 30 bucks. Do I really need to access the web while travelling between work and home. I have Wi-Fi at home and Wi-Fi at work. I wish someone could give me a 10 good solid reasons to convince me 🙂

  • Mike

    I love the 6G plan. I use my phone like a wireless computer all the time. Even my friends use it in public to get on facecrack and myspace.

    The 3 year contract doesnt bother me at all. The way I see it I’m still planning on having a GSM cell in 3 years. Do I think the new wireless carriers that are coming out in the next couple years are going to slash prices???? Hardly.

  • Mike

    I love the 6G plan. I use my phone like a wireless computer all the time. Even my friends use it in public to get on facecrack and myspace.

    The 3 year contract doesnt bother me at all. The way I see it I’m still planning on having a GSM cell in 3 years. Do I think the new wireless carriers that are coming out in the next couple years are going to slash prices???? Hardly.

  • Mike

    I love the 6G plan. I use my phone like a wireless computer all the time. Even my friends use it in public to get on facecrack and myspace.

    The 3 year contract doesnt bother me at all. The way I see it I’m still planning on having a GSM cell in 3 years. Do I think the new wireless carriers that are coming out in the next couple years are going to slash prices???? Hardly.

  • GlutenBoy

    Your title is misleading, it should say “The offer ends August 31st” not the plan. You made my heart skip a beat for a second.

  • GlutenBoy

    Your title is misleading, it should say “The offer ends August 31st” not the plan. You made my heart skip a beat for a second.

  • GlutenBoy

    Your title is misleading, it should say “The offer ends August 31st” not the plan. You made my heart skip a beat for a second.

  • SPKPhotos

    It’s too bad you didn’t wait. I have a feeling Rogers will continue with some sort of data deal for iPhone or smartphone users. It may not be as good as $30/6GB but I think Rogers has seen how good sales have been with a decent data price. I’m not sure they want another uprising if they go back to ridiculous data plans.
    Just my thoughts. We’ll soon know.

  • SPKPhotos

    It’s too bad you didn’t wait. I have a feeling Rogers will continue with some sort of data deal for iPhone or smartphone users. It may not be as good as $30/6GB but I think Rogers has seen how good sales have been with a decent data price. I’m not sure they want another uprising if they go back to ridiculous data plans.
    Just my thoughts. We’ll soon know.

  • SPKPhotos

    It’s too bad you didn’t wait. I have a feeling Rogers will continue with some sort of data deal for iPhone or smartphone users. It may not be as good as $30/6GB but I think Rogers has seen how good sales have been with a decent data price. I’m not sure they want another uprising if they go back to ridiculous data plans.
    Just my thoughts. We’ll soon know.

  • trancen

    Thats kinda silly that you think that because your contract with Bell Exp on the 9th that you couldn’t get a Rogers account. Your lost I guess. Because there is no reason why you couldn’t sign up for Rogers now while you had your Bell cell.

  • trancen

    Thats kinda silly that you think that because your contract with Bell Exp on the 9th that you couldn’t get a Rogers account. Your lost I guess. Because there is no reason why you couldn’t sign up for Rogers now while you had your Bell cell.

  • trancen

    Thats kinda silly that you think that because your contract with Bell Exp on the 9th that you couldn’t get a Rogers account. Your lost I guess. Because there is no reason why you couldn’t sign up for Rogers now while you had your Bell cell.

  • Dan

    10 Reasons to get the 6gb data plan (as requested above)
    10-checking your email while driving
    9-GPS Baby!
    8-Shazam…much better with full-time access
    7-Facebook anytime anyplace
    6-Checking the weather while you’re outside (just to be sure) 🙂
    5-Online radio
    4-Satellite Radio (it’s coming soon to a 3g near you)
    3-300mb is normally $30 … It’s simple math
    2-Voip … You know it’s coming!
    And the number 1 reason you need the 6gb plan:
    1-Reply to iPhoneinCanada posts while your son is getting a haircut 🙂

  • Dan

    10 Reasons to get the 6gb data plan (as requested above)
    10-checking your email while driving
    9-GPS Baby!
    8-Shazam…much better with full-time access
    7-Facebook anytime anyplace
    6-Checking the weather while you’re outside (just to be sure) 🙂
    5-Online radio
    4-Satellite Radio (it’s coming soon to a 3g near you)
    3-300mb is normally $30 … It’s simple math
    2-Voip … You know it’s coming!
    And the number 1 reason you need the 6gb plan:
    1-Reply to iPhoneinCanada posts while your son is getting a haircut 🙂

  • Dan

    10 Reasons to get the 6gb data plan (as requested above)
    10-checking your email while driving
    9-GPS Baby!
    8-Shazam…much better with full-time access
    7-Facebook anytime anyplace
    6-Checking the weather while you’re outside (just to be sure) 🙂
    5-Online radio
    4-Satellite Radio (it’s coming soon to a 3g near you)
    3-300mb is normally $30 … It’s simple math
    2-Voip … You know it’s coming!
    And the number 1 reason you need the 6gb plan:
    1-Reply to iPhoneinCanada posts while your son is getting a haircut 🙂

  • Russ

    good post, Stephen. Signed up yesterday (Fido) .. Just wanted to add that while the penalty is 5$ per month remaining (on the 3 years) the minimum penalty is $125. So, if you cancel the 6GB/30gb plan with 25 months or less to go in your contract, you’ll be charged 125$ regardless.

    Also, I was told the same thing regarding “data is data”.. I’m using a 1st Gen iPhone and am looking forward to taking advantage of this.

  • Russ

    good post, Stephen. Signed up yesterday (Fido) .. Just wanted to add that while the penalty is 5$ per month remaining (on the 3 years) the minimum penalty is $125. So, if you cancel the 6GB/30gb plan with 25 months or less to go in your contract, you’ll be charged 125$ regardless.

    Also, I was told the same thing regarding “data is data”.. I’m using a 1st Gen iPhone and am looking forward to taking advantage of this.

  • Russ

    good post, Stephen. Signed up yesterday (Fido) .. Just wanted to add that while the penalty is 5$ per month remaining (on the 3 years) the minimum penalty is $125. So, if you cancel the 6GB/30gb plan with 25 months or less to go in your contract, you’ll be charged 125$ regardless.

    Also, I was told the same thing regarding “data is data”.. I’m using a 1st Gen iPhone and am looking forward to taking advantage of this.

  • T

    Just wondering why the latest Rogers flyer advertises “unlimited on device internet access ” for the pay as you go phones. Would that be true unlimited or the 6 gig cap?
    It ends in November.
    Next- did you guys not know that Apple will be releasing new products in September? ( including a 32 gig iphone )
    I think it’s worth the wait.

  • T

    Just wondering why the latest Rogers flyer advertises “unlimited on device internet access ” for the pay as you go phones. Would that be true unlimited or the 6 gig cap?
    It ends in November.
    Next- did you guys not know that Apple will be releasing new products in September? ( including a 32 gig iphone )
    I think it’s worth the wait.

  • T

    Just wondering why the latest Rogers flyer advertises “unlimited on device internet access ” for the pay as you go phones. Would that be true unlimited or the 6 gig cap?
    It ends in November.
    Next- did you guys not know that Apple will be releasing new products in September? ( including a 32 gig iphone )
    I think it’s worth the wait.

  • my2cents

    I don’t know if I have ten solid reasons to get the data………but for me it’s totally worth it. I doubt I will ever use the full 6gig of data either but just knowing I don’t have to worry about it is a big load off my mind. I don’t ever need to call 411 anymore since with the map I can get adress, phone number and obviously location of any place. I use the maps quite a bit. and then being able to look things up anywhere for me is pricelesss. I don’t know how much I have used already my phone says 420mb since I got it 3 weeks ago but i expect that number will go up.

    my 2 cents

  • my2cents

    I don’t know if I have ten solid reasons to get the data………but for me it’s totally worth it. I doubt I will ever use the full 6gig of data either but just knowing I don’t have to worry about it is a big load off my mind. I don’t ever need to call 411 anymore since with the map I can get adress, phone number and obviously location of any place. I use the maps quite a bit. and then being able to look things up anywhere for me is pricelesss. I don’t know how much I have used already my phone says 420mb since I got it 3 weeks ago but i expect that number will go up.

    my 2 cents

  • my2cents

    I don’t know if I have ten solid reasons to get the data………but for me it’s totally worth it. I doubt I will ever use the full 6gig of data either but just knowing I don’t have to worry about it is a big load off my mind. I don’t ever need to call 411 anymore since with the map I can get adress, phone number and obviously location of any place. I use the maps quite a bit. and then being able to look things up anywhere for me is pricelesss. I don’t know how much I have used already my phone says 420mb since I got it 3 weeks ago but i expect that number will go up.

    my 2 cents

  • mikem

    I jumped on 6GB plan just this week. Great deal. Still using the iPhone Edge, but I’ll be upgrading to the 3G if a 32gb model comes out.

  • mikem

    I jumped on 6GB plan just this week. Great deal. Still using the iPhone Edge, but I’ll be upgrading to the 3G if a 32gb model comes out.

  • mikem

    I jumped on 6GB plan just this week. Great deal. Still using the iPhone Edge, but I’ll be upgrading to the 3G if a 32gb model comes out.

  • Adam

    Yes you need to be locked into a 3 year term for the 6GB of data, and yes, to cancel the data plan it does cost you $5 a month for every month remaining in the contract. However, it only costs you $5 a month, up to a MAXIMUM of $100, and a minimum of $25. So even if you get the iphone for $200, with the data plan and then change your mind on the data plan say a month down the road, it will only cost you $300 for an iphone in total (well, really it would be $335 because of the “activation” fee they charge you – which you can get Rogers to remove it if you phone and complain).

  • Adam

    Yes you need to be locked into a 3 year term for the 6GB of data, and yes, to cancel the data plan it does cost you $5 a month for every month remaining in the contract. However, it only costs you $5 a month, up to a MAXIMUM of $100, and a minimum of $25. So even if you get the iphone for $200, with the data plan and then change your mind on the data plan say a month down the road, it will only cost you $300 for an iphone in total (well, really it would be $335 because of the “activation” fee they charge you – which you can get Rogers to remove it if you phone and complain).

  • Adam

    Yes you need to be locked into a 3 year term for the 6GB of data, and yes, to cancel the data plan it does cost you $5 a month for every month remaining in the contract. However, it only costs you $5 a month, up to a MAXIMUM of $100, and a minimum of $25. So even if you get the iphone for $200, with the data plan and then change your mind on the data plan say a month down the road, it will only cost you $300 for an iphone in total (well, really it would be $335 because of the “activation” fee they charge you – which you can get Rogers to remove it if you phone and complain).

  • That’s the thing…before when I was using my 1st gen iPhone and constantly finding WiFi, I asked myself “do I really need data?”

    But once you’re in a situation when data comes in handy, it’s worth every penny!

  • That’s the thing…before when I was using my 1st gen iPhone and constantly finding WiFi, I asked myself “do I really need data?”

    But once you’re in a situation when data comes in handy, it’s worth every penny!

  • That’s the thing…before when I was using my 1st gen iPhone and constantly finding WiFi, I asked myself “do I really need data?”

    But once you’re in a situation when data comes in handy, it’s worth every penny!

  • haha, sorry about that–gotta keep you in check here and there ;). Well essentially like you said, the offer ends on Aug 31st.

  • haha, sorry about that–gotta keep you in check here and there ;). Well essentially like you said, the offer ends on Aug 31st.

  • haha, sorry about that–gotta keep you in check here and there ;). Well essentially like you said, the offer ends on Aug 31st.

  • You took the words right out of the horse’s mouth! LOL! Your son is probably wondering “why is my dad ignoring my haircut?”

  • You took the words right out of the horse’s mouth! LOL! Your son is probably wondering “why is my dad ignoring my haircut?”

  • You took the words right out of the horse’s mouth! LOL! Your son is probably wondering “why is my dad ignoring my haircut?”

  • The rumors speculate a change in the iPod line up and possible the Macbook/MBP as well. We’ll have to wait and see!

  • The rumors speculate a change in the iPod line up and possible the Macbook/MBP as well. We’ll have to wait and see!

  • The rumors speculate a change in the iPod line up and possible the Macbook/MBP as well. We’ll have to wait and see!

  • T

    I thought it had been $400 to cancel a rogers iphone contract

  • T

    I thought it had been $400 to cancel a rogers iphone contract

  • T

    I thought it had been $400 to cancel a rogers iphone contract

  • T

    I just have this feeling, with all the wealth reaped from 3G sales, we’ll see some new change to the iphone… man waiting is a bitch though eh.

  • T

    I just have this feeling, with all the wealth reaped from 3G sales, we’ll see some new change to the iphone… man waiting is a bitch though eh.

  • T

    I just have this feeling, with all the wealth reaped from 3G sales, we’ll see some new change to the iphone… man waiting is a bitch though eh.

  • Momin

    $400 Voice Cancellation + $100 Data Cancellation = $500

  • Momin

    $400 Voice Cancellation + $100 Data Cancellation = $500

  • Momin

    Voip will come but only over wi-fi not 3G

  • Momin

    Voip will come but only over wi-fi not 3G

  • Momin

    $400 Voice Cancellation + $100 Data Cancellation = $500

  • Momin

    Voip will come but only over wi-fi not 3G

  • Justin

    Wow, All good points. Thank you so much. Especially the number 1 point. LOL
    Will seriously consider it before Sunday. Thank you.

  • Justin

    Wow, All good points. Thank you so much. Especially the number 1 point. LOL
    Will seriously consider it before Sunday. Thank you.

  • Justin

    Wow, All good points. Thank you so much. Especially the number 1 point. LOL
    Will seriously consider it before Sunday. Thank you.

  • Momin

    ROGERS HAS EXTENDED THE PLAN TILL THE END OF SEPTEMBER !!!!
    http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2008/08/28/tech-iphone.html

  • Momin

    ROGERS HAS EXTENDED THE PLAN TILL THE END OF SEPTEMBER !!!!
    http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2008/08/28/tech-iphone.html

  • Momin

    ROGERS HAS EXTENDED THE PLAN TILL THE END OF SEPTEMBER !!!!
    http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2008/08/28/tech-iphone.html

  • Momin

    “Rogers will introduce a $25-a-month data plan for the iPhone and other smartphones on Oct. 1 that will allow 500 megabytes of downloading per month, which will be bundled with a three-month promotion of unlimited usage. Another plan will allow one gigabyte of usage for $30.”

  • Momin

    “Rogers will introduce a $25-a-month data plan for the iPhone and other smartphones on Oct. 1 that will allow 500 megabytes of downloading per month, which will be bundled with a three-month promotion of unlimited usage. Another plan will allow one gigabyte of usage for $30.”

  • Momin

    “Rogers will introduce a $25-a-month data plan for the iPhone and other smartphones on Oct. 1 that will allow 500 megabytes of downloading per month, which will be bundled with a three-month promotion of unlimited usage. Another plan will allow one gigabyte of usage for $30.”

  • Justin

    well. I guess I have another month to think about it. 🙂

  • Justin

    well. I guess I have another month to think about it. 🙂

  • Justin

    well. I guess I have another month to think about it. 🙂

  • Andrew

    man im glad i got my iphone with 6GB plan on my last bill it said i used 800MB. lol. that would be costing me quite a bundle of cash.$55 dollars a month for unlimited data and small incoming plan is pretty good to me( i paid the 50 dollar downgrade fee).

    and p.s. for some reason your site always crashes ie7 i’ve tried it on 3 different computers and on every one it crashes it.lol

  • Andrew

    man im glad i got my iphone with 6GB plan on my last bill it said i used 800MB. lol. that would be costing me quite a bundle of cash.$55 dollars a month for unlimited data and small incoming plan is pretty good to me( i paid the 50 dollar downgrade fee).

    and p.s. for some reason your site always crashes ie7 i’ve tried it on 3 different computers and on every one it crashes it.lol

  • Andrew

    man im glad i got my iphone with 6GB plan on my last bill it said i used 800MB. lol. that would be costing me quite a bundle of cash.$55 dollars a month for unlimited data and small incoming plan is pretty good to me( i paid the 50 dollar downgrade fee).

    and p.s. for some reason your site always crashes ie7 i’ve tried it on 3 different computers and on every one it crashes it.lol

  • joost

    So according to the CBC article Rogers allows phone tethering… Does that include the iPhone?

  • joost

    So according to the CBC article Rogers allows phone tethering… Does that include the iPhone?

  • joost

    So according to the CBC article Rogers allows phone tethering… Does that include the iPhone?

  • Andrew

    if that is the case then you should go into one of the iphone special plans cuz they have a *decent* amount of data, visual voicemail and text and stuff. i would get that plan if i wasn’t such a big data user but i need a big data plan because the only place i ever see myself using data is at home. everywhere else im using rogers.

  • Andrew

    if that is the case then you should go into one of the iphone special plans cuz they have a *decent* amount of data, visual voicemail and text and stuff. i would get that plan if i wasn’t such a big data user but i need a big data plan because the only place i ever see myself using data is at home. everywhere else im using rogers.

  • Andrew

    if that is the case then you should go into one of the iphone special plans cuz they have a *decent* amount of data, visual voicemail and text and stuff. i would get that plan if i wasn’t such a big data user but i need a big data plan because the only place i ever see myself using data is at home. everywhere else im using rogers.

  • deakin ng

    what? do we need data plan to use GPS????? i thought built in GPS don’t need data?!?

  • deakin ng

    what? do we need data plan to use GPS????? i thought built in GPS don’t need data?!?

  • deakin ng

    what? do we need data plan to use GPS????? i thought built in GPS don’t need data?!?

  • Andrew

    omg if they release a 32GB i will be sooo mad. 16GB just isnt enough. i have around 200mb of storage left and my library is constantly growing and i would give up 6GB data plan for a 32GB iphone.

  • Andrew

    omg if they release a 32GB i will be sooo mad. 16GB just isnt enough. i have around 200mb of storage left and my library is constantly growing and i would give up 6GB data plan for a 32GB iphone.

  • Andrew

    omg if they release a 32GB i will be sooo mad. 16GB just isnt enough. i have around 200mb of storage left and my library is constantly growing and i would give up 6GB data plan for a 32GB iphone.

  • T

    I cant see how they allow tethering when they offer internet service via a USB dongle at $30 per month on a 3 year separate contract.
    if they allowed tethering on iPhone, I would be cutting my hardline highspeed immediately.

  • T

    I cant see how they allow tethering when they offer internet service via a USB dongle at $30 per month on a 3 year separate contract.
    if they allowed tethering on iPhone, I would be cutting my hardline highspeed immediately.

  • T

    I cant see how they allow tethering when they offer internet service via a USB dongle at $30 per month on a 3 year separate contract.
    if they allowed tethering on iPhone, I would be cutting my hardline highspeed immediately.

  • Justin

    Unfortunately, with iPhone you need to use 3G or Edge to access google map, unless maps can be store and a GPS software can run and use it like the GPS units out there.

  • Justin

    Unfortunately, with iPhone you need to use 3G or Edge to access google map, unless maps can be store and a GPS software can run and use it like the GPS units out there.

  • Justin

    Unfortunately, with iPhone you need to use 3G or Edge to access google map, unless maps can be store and a GPS software can run and use it like the GPS units out there.

  • T

    ALSO- Netshare app still has yet to be returned to the iTunes store.

  • T

    ALSO- Netshare app still has yet to be returned to the iTunes store.

  • T

    ALSO- Netshare app still has yet to be returned to the iTunes store.

  • Andrew

    that sucks so much for me. i would have liked to wait and see if apple brings out a 32GB iphone:(. if they do release it will they have like some kind of upgrade option. like pay 150 bucks or something?

  • Andrew

    that sucks so much for me. i would have liked to wait and see if apple brings out a 32GB iphone:(. if they do release it will they have like some kind of upgrade option. like pay 150 bucks or something?

  • Andrew

    that sucks so much for me. i would have liked to wait and see if apple brings out a 32GB iphone:(. if they do release it will they have like some kind of upgrade option. like pay 150 bucks or something?

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  • I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to carry 2 cell plans until the bell contract expired. I still think these plans overall are overpriced. If they would have offered say for $50/mth, 200 minutes a month, visual voicemail, call ID and say 500mb to 1GB data, I would have been there, and I’ll bet they would have a lot more customers signing up. As it stands a $30/mth minimum voice package(before bells and whistles like call ID, visual voicemail, etc)and THEN $30/mth for data, plus system access fee, 911 fee, taxes… Well with out data(which I can live without, but still lust after the iPhone) I get 200 minutes/mth, call waiting, call ID, voicemail and system access fee, 911 fee, taxes, I pay with Bell just a hair over $29. I have no problem passing on the iPhone this time until this 3 year contract is since by then, the phone will be better, more carriers should be available in Canada and plans should be more reasonable.

  • I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to carry 2 cell plans until the bell contract expired. I still think these plans overall are overpriced. If they would have offered say for $50/mth, 200 minutes a month, visual voicemail, call ID and say 500mb to 1GB data, I would have been there, and I’ll bet they would have a lot more customers signing up. As it stands a $30/mth minimum voice package(before bells and whistles like call ID, visual voicemail, etc)and THEN $30/mth for data, plus system access fee, 911 fee, taxes… Well with out data(which I can live without, but still lust after the iPhone) I get 200 minutes/mth, call waiting, call ID, voicemail and system access fee, 911 fee, taxes, I pay with Bell just a hair over $29. I have no problem passing on the iPhone this time until this 3 year contract is since by then, the phone will be better, more carriers should be available in Canada and plans should be more reasonable.

  • I don’t know about you, but I can’t afford to carry 2 cell plans until the bell contract expired. I still think these plans overall are overpriced. If they would have offered say for $50/mth, 200 minutes a month, visual voicemail, call ID and say 500mb to 1GB data, I would have been there, and I’ll bet they would have a lot more customers signing up. As it stands a $30/mth minimum voice package(before bells and whistles like call ID, visual voicemail, etc)and THEN $30/mth for data, plus system access fee, 911 fee, taxes… Well with out data(which I can live without, but still lust after the iPhone) I get 200 minutes/mth, call waiting, call ID, voicemail and system access fee, 911 fee, taxes, I pay with Bell just a hair over $29. I have no problem passing on the iPhone this time until this 3 year contract is since by then, the phone will be better, more carriers should be available in Canada and plans should be more reasonable.

  • T

    i got in more drama with rogers yet again today on the phone… what am i gonna do? makes me wanna move to the US and go with AT&T.. but i love canada and being a canadian i just can’t do that..

  • T

    i got in more drama with rogers yet again today on the phone… what am i gonna do? makes me wanna move to the US and go with AT&T.. but i love canada and being a canadian i just can’t do that..

  • T

    i got in more drama with rogers yet again today on the phone… what am i gonna do? makes me wanna move to the US and go with AT&T.. but i love canada and being a canadian i just can’t do that..

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  • Doobie

    thank god they extended! WOOT!

  • Doobie

    thank god they extended! WOOT!

  • Doobie

    thank god they extended! WOOT!

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    Very Nice article

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