Rogers rolling out 'unlimited' wireless data plans starting tomorrow
Rogers has just announced that it will be introducing “unlimited data plans with no overage charges” in Canada.
According to the communications giant, the new plans will be available on the Rogers brand starting tomorrow.
As well, they announced later this summer, Rogers will launch “new financing options giving customers more affordable smartphone and device opportunities.”
Rogers Infinite plans with unlimited wireless data will start at $75 for 10 GB of high speed data for every line on the LTE network.
“Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages. If customers want more high speed data, they can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB. Customers can pool their data with family and friends, eliminating the need to monitor data use,” states the company.
Joe Natale, President and CEO, said that these new plans will give Canadians peace of mind.
Rogers Introduces Infinite Wireless Data Plans With No Overage Charges https://t.co/fzXKMMdIH4
— Rogers News (@AboutRogers) June 12, 2019
Daily Hive has also confirmed that starting tomorrow, current Rogers customers can move their device balances to these new plans as long as they keep the same term and device options.
Later this year, the Rogers Infinite plans will include new device financing options so customers can purchase any device they want at $0, according to Rogers. Once their device is paid off, customers will only pay for their monthly service plan.
The new Rogers Infinite plans are part of what the company is calling a comprehensive multi-year program to invest and improve their customer experience.
“Canada has some of the fastest wireless networks in the world,” said Natale. “The new Rogers Infinite plans will help Canadians take full advantage of wireless in their everyday life. These new plans will help our customers unleash the full potential of 4G wireless services today and 5G wireless services tomorrow.”
More details to come.