Last week, we told you Rogers, Telus and Bell again launched promos offering an $85/20GB plan with unlimited data (throttled to 512 Kbps beyond your allotted amount). This promo has been popping up simultaneously from incumbents like clockwork.
Telus was also offering a $75/20GB Peace of Mind plan with non-shareable data last week and over the weekend, Rogers came out and matched its rival with its own $$75/20GB unlimited data plan (but it supports sharing with other devices, unlike Telus).
Normally, a 20GB unlimited data plan costs $95 per month, so at $75, you’re saving $20 off. With a Rogers Infinite plan, you get a 5G-ready plan that will work on the new line of Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones.
Bell’s website no longer lists the $85/20GB promo plan and also does not have a discounted $75/20GB plan like its rivals.
Telus says its promo $75/20GB Peace of Mind plan ends on March 31, 2010. We have a feeling the Rogers $75/20GB plan may end around the same time. Both of these promo plans are available online only.