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Rogers iPhone 3G/3GS Pricing for MSD/Non-MSD Customers

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Below you will find the updated and final pricing for the Rogers iPhone 3G/3GS for MSD and Non-MSD business customers.

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New or Existing MSD Business Customers (Corporately Paid and Corporately Reimbursed)

There are two options for iPhone 3G/3GS pricing:

Option 1 Restrictions (For new customers):

  • New customer must subscribe to a $60 or $80 per month BPR iPhone package on a 3-year term.

Option 1 Pricing (For new customers):

  • 8GB iPhone 3G: $99
  • 16GB iPhone 3G: $149
  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $199
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $299

Option 2 Restrictions (For existing customers):

  • If existing customer is on BPR/Government pricing, is not eligible for a hardware upgrade at this time, or is committing to a 1 or 2-year term.

Option 2 Pricing (For existing customers):

  • 8GB iPhone 3G: $599
  • 16GB iPhone 3G: N/A
  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $699
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $799

In either Option 1 or Option 2, the customer must sign the iPhone Letter (speak to your Rogers Account Representative) or be on an existing iPhone agreement to activate corporately paid iPhones.

New Non-MSD Business Customers

There are two options for iPhone 3G/3GS pricing:

Option 1 Restrictions:

  • Customer subscribes to a greater than $45 voice and data plan on a 3-year term.

Option 1 Pricing:

  • 8GB iPhone 3G: $99
  • 16GB iPhone 3G: $149
  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $199
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $299

Option 2 Restrictions:

  • Device only pricing

Option 2 Pricing:

  • 8GB iPhone 3G: $599
  • 16GB iPhone 3G: N/A
  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $699
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $799

Existing Non-MSD Business Customers

There are three options for iPhone 3GS pricing:

Option 1 Restrictions:

  • Customer is an existing non-MSD business customer and does not have an iPhone 3G from Rogers

Option 1 Pricing:

  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $699 (Device only pricing)
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $799 (Device only pricing)

Option 2 Restrictions (Until July 31, 2009):

  • Customer has an iPhone 3G from Rogers, has or subscribes to a data plan and extends their service agreement by 1 year. A minimum of six months tenure since activation or last upgrade is required.

Option 2 Pricing (Until July 31, 2009):

  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $449
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $549

Option 3 Restrictions (Until July 31, 2009):

  • If existing iPhone 3G was activated or upgraded from July 11 to September 30, 2008 and customer’s monthly service fees are $100 or more (prior to tax). Customer must subscribe to a data plan and extended their service agreement by 1 year.

Option 3 Pricing (Until July 31, 2009):

  • 16GB iPhone 3GS: $199
  • 32GB iPhone 3GS: $299

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Please note that the above pricing is ONLY for MSD and Non-MSD business customers. If you have to ask what is a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer, then you are not a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer.

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  • Dusty

    Thx for the info.

  • Nick_Abby

    what is MSD and NON MSD?? im curious..

  • It is just a tag that is associated with your Rogers account that allows you to subscribe to certain plans and/or prices. Mostly corporate customers have MSD codes attached to their accounts, as each MSD code uniquely identifies a corporation and its eligibility to certain plans and/or prices.

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  • DaMan05

    “If you have to ask what is a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer, then you are not a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer.”

    Untrue. I bought into a shady corporate plan a year ago that is really cheap. I've never been part of such a corporation but they do tell me to go see the HR department when I call Rogers lolll

    so am I MSD or non-MSD? how do i find out?

  • DaMan05

    “If you have to ask what is a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer, then you are not a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer.”

    Untrue. I bought into a shady corporate plan a year ago that is really cheap. I've never been part of such a corporation but they do tell me to go see the HR department when I call Rogers lolll

    so am I MSD or non-MSD? how do i find out?

  • If you bought into a corporate plan and a MSD code was put onto your account, then you are a MSD customer. As detailed above, corporate = MSD.
    If you are looking to get the iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS, I would speak to corporate upgrades within Rogers for details.

  • DaMan05

    “If you have to ask what is a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer, then you are not a MSD/Non-MSD Business Customer.”

    Untrue. I bought into a shady corporate plan a year ago that is really cheap. I've never been part of such a corporation but they do tell me to go see the HR department when I call Rogers lolll

    so am I MSD or non-MSD? how do i find out?

  • Ex

    If you bought into a corporate plan and a MSD code was put onto your account, then you are a MSD customer. As detailed above, corporate = MSD.
    If you are looking to get the iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS, I would speak to corporate upgrades within Rogers for details.

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