Early this morning, Rogers finally updated their website to reflect the July 30 launch date for the iPhone 4.
Like the other wireless carriers, there is a “Register Now” link (on the Rogers homepage) where users can sign up and receive up to date information on the iPhone 4 on Rogers.
Earlier this month, Bell was the first Canadian wireless carrier to publicly post that they would be carrying the iPhone 4 on July 30, 2010. This was followed by Rogers and Fido, except that Rogers/Fido posted their announcements internally and not publicly (that’s changed now).
Soon after, Telus updated their iPhone 4 information page with the July 30 launch date and then Virgin Mobile followed.
So if you are currently a Rogers subscriber or plan on subscribing with Rogers when you get your iPhone 4, check this out. But with 3 days left, there probably won’t be a lot of useful news coming from Rogers.
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