Potential iPhone Causes Rogers Customers to Worry About Data Plans
An online petition has been started by some concerned Rogers customers in Canada. In it, current Rogers customers, complain about the bandwidth usage of Rogers’ “Unlimited” data plan. Apparently, the unlimited plan in Canada really means no more than 25 megabytes per month. Yes, you read correctly, 25 megabytes.
This issue was probably a big deal that got way bigger as reports surfaced that Rogers would be the exclusive iPhone provider in Canada. I can just imagine, those existing customers tapping away at their Blackberrys and barely staying under their monthly limit. Those pople now are looking at the iPhone where downloading 5 songs to it could put them in the red.
We, as Rogers customers, Rogers representatives, and Rogers resellers of Rogers products, are all requesting Rogers to do the following: Readjust the 25 megabyte limit to more representative industry standard levels. Rogers Canada is the carrier in North America with the lowest data limit on their best “Unlimited” data plan (http://www.rogers.com still uses the wording “Unlimited”)
As of the writing of this post, there are 115 people who have signed this online iPhone petition.
thanks for linking to my petition. It now has almost 3300 signatures !