Rogers, Telus and Bell have launched promotional unlimited data plans entering the long weekend, with a $75/20GB plan available, normally priced at $95 per month.
These ‘unlimited’ data plans offer throttled 512 Kbps data once your initial allotment is exceeded.
“Infinite data with no overages. Get 20GB of max speed data for only $75/mo. for a limited time with Rogers Infinite. Plus save additional $10/mo. when you add a line,” explains the Roger website.
“Bonus: get an additional 10GB for a total of 20GB for just $75,” says Telus, of its online only deal.
Bell’s website for its $75/20GB promo plan says, “plans are available for a limited time only, so take advantage of these deals today.”
Out of all three carriers, only the Rogers Infinite plan offers shareable data at $75 per month. With Telus and Bell, a shareable 20GB unlimited data plan costs $85 per month.
We’ve seen these $75/20GB promo plans pop up periodically and weekly to the point where they should just become regular pricing. But for those unaware of the changes, the promo pricing may seem enticing versus regular prices.