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Reminder: Rogers 6GB iPad Data Sharing Plan Expires On September 30, 2010

by on September 28th, 2010

Since the summer of 2008, whenever a new iPhone is released, Rogers has made available their amazing $30 6GB data plan.

With the launch of the iPad in Canada this year, Rogers extended this year’s $30 6GB data plan to be shared between a smartphone and an iPad 3G.

In other words, if you have a Rogers smartphone (Blackberry, iPhone, etc) and you want to share your data plan with your iPad 3G, an extra $20 per month allows to do so. However, with the 6GB data plan option available, sharing 6GB is far better than sharing 1GB (or whatever your current data plan is)!

Well, each summer Rogers releases the $30 6GB data plan and each September, the promotion comes to a close.

Effective September 30 2010, the $30 6GB data plan will no longer be offered (until next year). So if you have a smartphone and were looking to share that data with your iPad 3G, now is the time to grab this data plan before it is gone ($30 normally gives users 1GB!).

The plan is available to both new and existing Rogers customers on a 3-year agreement (contract is for the smartphone, not iPad).

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  • Rick in Vancouver

    Great but the three year contract starts all over again. I do not want that as I feel there will be some changes in technology within three years.

  • http://twitter.com/davester13 D R

    The similar Bell offer also ends this month.

    And if you buy the iPhone outright, you don’t have to sign up for a 3-year contract (at least with Bell), you can do a month-to-month thing instead.