Good news for new and existing Rogers customers on the Unlimited Quebec plan, as Rogers has reduced the rate of the package until June 15, 2011.
Specifically the plan has dropped to $45/month (from $60) and $35/month (from $50) if the plan is bundled.
For plan details, see below:
$45/month ($35/month bundled)
- Minutes: Unlimited Local & Long Distance in Quebec
- Features: Group Calling, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, Call Manager, WhoCalled
Rogers came out with this Unlimited Quebec plan October 2010.
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