The day before the Apple iPhone 4 hits Canada, Rogers Wireless has announced pricing and plan details. It is also promising to allocate the majority of its inventory to existing customers looking to upgrade to Apple’s latest smartphone.
Rogers is offering existing iPhone customers an upgrade offer based on activation date. From the Rogers RedBoard:
Did you activate or upgrade your Rogers iPhone on a term contract between January 1, 2009 and June 7, 2010?
Then you’re eligible for at least $250 off the no-term device price. That’s an iPhone 4 16GB/32GB for $399/$499 on a new 3-year voice and data plan.
Did you activate or upgrade your Rogers iPhone on a term contract on or before December 31, 2008?
Thank you for your business. You’re eligible for at least $480 off the no-term device price. You can pick up an iPhone 4 16GB/32GB for $159/$269 on a new 3-year voice and data plan.
Did you activate or upgrade the original iPhone 3G in 2008 and then upgrade again between June 19 and September 15, 2009?
You’re also eligible for at least $480 off the no-term device price. You can pick up an iPhone 4 16GB/32GB for $159/$269 on a new 3-year voice and data plan.
New customers will also be able to pick up the Apple iPhone 4 for CA$159 for the 16GB model and CA$269 for the 32GB version with a new three-year voice and data contract.
Rogers is also again offering its 6GB data plan for CA$30 per month. It will be available from July 30th to September 30th. Customers will also have to share their 6GB plan with their iPad for an extra CA$20 (plus Government Regulatory Recovery Fee). it will also be possible to add additional voice and data lines for just CA$25 per month.
Rogers is warning that iPhone 4 demand has been high and that quantities will be limited. At launch, the iPhone 4 will only be available at Rogers stores and authorized retailers.
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