Tulse, if you are open to jailbreaking your iPhone, then you can accomplish what you did inquire about with the Rogers rep easily.I just got off the phone with a Rogers rep, and he said that they didn't have any special data plans for the iPad, just the usual ones they offer for all devices. When I told him I had an iPhone with a plan, and was there a way to share the data plan, he said "No. [pause] At least, not at this time..."
I don't know if we should expect reps to know anything that hasn't been officially announced, so take this with a grain of salt.
Cool, I doubt that they will have data plans anywhere close to AT&T's in the U.S, but hey, let us keep the dream alive!!!Oh, I know, TGV, and that presumably would even save the cost of a 3G iPad over the WiFi-only models. I may look at that if Rogers doesn't come up with something better.
It's not a $200 premium... it's a $130 Premium, just like the US:It should be unlocked if we're paying a non contract price.
There's only a $200 premium for the 3G version over the non 3G version. I wonder if we can expect the premium to be lowered for the iPhone over the iPod Touch to something similar.
Agreed. They should be giving the iPhone version to desktop users. Difficult to differentiate though as some folks will buy it without having the desktop link.I jut received an invitation to buy Bento for the iPad--at $4.99. That's about 10 per cent of the price for the full Bento. I don't know about you, but that pisses me off, having bought the regular Bento.
As I posted in another thread, if you plan on using the 3G on your iPad a lot you will need a lot of data. Thethered with my iPhone I can use up to 500mb of data a day.
It's the same in the US. Americans are needing the true unlimited AT&T plan. We need one too.