Rogers has reduced the price of adding on a tablet to Share Everything plans, now at $5 per month, whereas previously it was $10 per month.
Users considering this can either get a tablet via Rogers Easy Pay on contract, or bring their own device. The tablet added to your account will draw data from your existing Share Everything plan.
Do note that a $20 “connection fee” will apply, if you decide to add a tablet to your Share Everything plan.
A better deal than this may be to jump on Rogers-owned Fido, as their $15/3GB tablet data plan offer has been extended until January 31, 2017. Users can get a 32GB LTE iPad Air 2 for $0 down on contract, but will pay a financing fee of $26.63 for 24 months. Previously, an LG III tablet was available free with this offer on contract, without the financing fee.