Rogers Infinite plans–first announced yesterday–are now available, offering ‘unlimited’ data starting at $75 for 10GB for BYOD, with throttled speeds of 256 kbps once your main data bucket is used up.
The BYOD Rogers Infinite plans come with unlimited Canada-wide calling, messaging, include access to Roam Like Home and are shareable:
These Infinite plans are also available for smartphones on contract:
- Premium (up to $500 off upfront): add $20/month
- Premium+ (up to $750 off upfront): add $30/month
- Ultra (up to $1000 off upfront): add $40/month
Bell this morning launched promotional unlimited plans identical to Rogers, however their data is not shareable.
Telus has a promotional $75/15GB plan in response to Rogers Infinite. Any extra data used on the Telus plan is charged at $10/100MB, whereas the Rogers and Bell plans don’t have overages but throttled data.
Freedom Mobile similarly throttles customer data as part of their fair usage policy.
Are you going to jump on any of these new plans today?