Rogers 6GB/$30 plan is back for a limited time, for limited devices (until July 1 09)
The Rogers 6GB plan is back with a three year service agreement, for Android phones only.
HowEver... the plan is not IMEI dependent and should work with iPhones.
So new customers could sign up, sell the Android (or keep is as a backup), and use an iPhone.
Existing customers could extend their contract for 3 years, sell the Android (or keep it as a backup), and use their iPhone.
Advice as always: don't say no to the majorly discounted handset that comes with a three year sign-up! Keep it, or sell it, but if you say no it won't be available after you sign up (and, say, you decide you could have sold it; or, say, your existing phone bites the dust and you need to replace it).
Originally Posted by Rogers Sales Central
Data Service Plan 6GB Limited Time Offer
6 GB Data Service Plan – Limited Time Offer (From June 2, 2009 and July 1, 2009)
# 6GB of Data
# Available on 3 year service agreement only
# Android Smartphones only: HTC Magic and HTC Dream
I would check with Rogers before deciding what you can do. There is SO much misinformation out there, plus Rogers has a lot of flexibility in what they can do for you.
Get it from the horse's mouth. If you don't like the answer, hang up, count to 200 and call again. Try a different horse.
I picked up a Dream on Tuesday, and I was under contract with Fido. No hastle, number was ported over in less than an hour and I was using it. I called Fido the next day, and everything was cancelled on their end.
I think as long as you aren't switching back and forth for cheap phones, it shouldn't be a problem. And if worse comes to worse just threaten to go somewhere else.
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