a Treo user that I know told me that Rogers has a data plan
that gives you 1GB of transfer for $65 a month. It’s
intended for “non-Blackberry” phones and wireless
data cards. You basically have a wireless handheld pda in your
hand. Rogers may not allow you to use this service becuse thay
will tell you that the iPhone is not supported…
But then you knew that when you bought the phone and hooked it
up on Rogers! Didn’t you?
$65 bucks a month! Yahoo!
Bye bye Blackberry!
BTW I just read that Rogers may have them as early as January
Google your voicemail retrieval number. Mine is Rogers in
Then open the Phone.app (Green button) and click the keypad.
then your Voicemail Button will work.
Tap Settings, tap General, tap Network, tap EDGE..
Enter the following information:
With the data rates that Rogers charges, the iPhone could cost
as much as $300 per month… becuase we don’t have
enough competition here.
Or better still, Micheal Geist has more info
Rogers has claimed and then denied that they’re bring
the iPhone to Canada. Now Best Buy is throwing their hat into
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I have an inside scoop that it’s Rogers…
A friend of mine claims that he recieved an activated iPhone
out of Buffalo and that he was able to put in his Rogers SIM
and make calls. He didn’t get any other functions such
as wifi going. Someone offered him $1,500 and the phone was
However he didn’t call ME when he had the phone!
DVD John has managed to hack the activation. The iPhone ships
completely inoperable, until iTunes is used to send a token
back to Apple. Apple then returns the instruction that enables
all of the iPhone’s functions. The hack allows users to
pretend to be the apple server and instructs the phone to
This is the home of iPhone Guy.
We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our iPhone’s in
Canada. Of course the issues at hand are what portions will
actually work up here… Willl we have to get an American
I would expect that we can use the WiFi feature to access the
phone’s data feature. The other problem is whether
to Apple Inc. Since Rogers is the only GSM acrrier in Canada
this poses a problem…
We’ll let you know how we make out.