Rogers Plans Increasing $5 on Feb. 5, Will Include Caller ID and Voicemail


Rogers plans to introduce new monthly wireless plans tomorrow, according to this thread over at RedFlagDeals. The changes will see a $5/month increase to existing monthly plans, but the extra cost brings with it caller ID and voicemail to monthly packages.

Current plans on the Rogers website are priced at $45, $50, $65, $70 and $95 per month with a variety of voice and data options.

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The new plans will be priced at $55, $70, $80 and $100, as seen below:


The value pack for the iPhone that includes caller ID, visual voicemail and 100 US and international texts is $12.79/month. So the $5 increase per month appears to undercut the value pack, but it’s now bundled into the monthly cost.

Earlier today, WIND Mobile launched new plans, with a $30/month plan offering unlimited talk, text and data.


  • Olley

    horrible. just horrible.

  • pegger1

    At least it’s built into the contract now. As with a value pack they’re constantly changing the price. Still pricey though.

  • I’m with wind mobile now. I was paying Rogers over $80 but now im only paying 29.99 and the service is great

  • gj

    Do you mean on new plans. Surely not on plans already contracted for 3 years?

  • FragilityG4

    Voice plans are protected by the contract … Extras (ie voice mail, caller id, text) can be increased as long as they give you thirty days notice.

  • Banshee

    hahaha Robbers is going to fail, they make Virgin mobile look promising with these ridiculous prices

  • Sid from Van

    Fail plans.

  • From a caller ID and voicemail perspective, $5 is a ‘deal’. But still, for people who don’t want it, they are forced to get it no matter what.

  • ‘Added value’ for customers!

  • N

    you guys are freaking cry babies!!! always!!! Better than last minute

  • N

    sorry I meant, way better than last months

  • Olley

    Rogers: ” hey our customers aren’t really smart. Lets help them to spend their money!”

  • What about the ‘added value’? Free CID/VM! 😀

  • Yes on new plans, which will be on the Rogers website.

  • Olley

    but its NOT FREE! this is like WestJet forcing you to purchase a meal you probably don’t like at 3pm on a domestic flight.

  • I forgot the /sarcasm tag 🙂