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Apple fans are passionate about Apple products. We know because we’re among them.
Rogers introduced the iPhone to Canada in 2008 and we were the first Canadian carrier to announce that we’ll carry the iPad. Now we’re thrilled to say it’s available for pre-order today at www.apple.com/ca/ipad and is set to launch on May 28.
We have a long-standing, strong working relationship with Apple and we think our years of experience will benefit Canadian iPad customers.
All iPad data plans will be available without a term contract, providing the freedom to activate or cancel a plan at any time. Rogers customers purchasing the iPad will be able to take advantage of the new iPad data plans to enjoy the device’s full suite of capabilities, backed by the reliability of Rogers’ proven network.
Here are the pricing options we’re making available to future iPad customers:
- 250 MB for $15 + WiFi (Includes free unlimited access to all Rogers WiFi Hot Spots)
- 5 GB for $35 + WiFi (Includes free unlimited access to all Rogers WiFi Hot Spots)
Customer experience shows that our 250mb/5GB plans will be more than enough for virtually all our customers. 99.8 per cent of our iPhone customers use less than 5GB of data. As the tablet is a new category, it’s too early to say if customers will use more or less data than they do for iPhone. But even for our rocket stick/embedded laptop customers, 95.6 per cent use less than 5GB per month.
Visit www.rogers.com/iPad for full details on these plans. As always, we’ll keep you posted right here.
Note the iPad will not be available on the Fido brand at launch.
Much has been said about the tablet being an important new product category. More importantly, you now have more options than ever before to communicate, to be informed and to be entertained wherever, whenever you desire.
Excited yet? We are. And we’d like you to activate your iPad with Rogers.
Will you be buying an iPad? Why or why not?
Keith McArthur is Senior Director of Social Media at Rogers.