Looks like Rogers has increased the price for those bringing their own devices and jumping onto Share Everything Plans, as the rate has increased by $15 to $50.
When Rogers first launched their Share Everything Plans last September, the cost was $35 for those bringing their own unlocked devices. Now at $50 for BYOD, that is just $10 less per month for those paying $60/month as part of their 2-year term hardware subsidy.
When Telus first launched their SharePlus plans last July, BYOD cost $35, but fast forward to today and it’s now $40.
When Bell launched their shareable plans last March, the price was $40 for BYOD, which it still remains at today.
The first quarter of this year saw Rogers, Telus and Bell raise their wireless prices by $5/month.
It doesn’t look like wireless is getting any cheaper when we keep on seeing these prices creep up, does it? But there are ways to save, especially if you’re using an unlocked iPhone or have good WIND Mobile coverage in your area.