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As many other carriers do, Fido is now charging an administration fee on all hardware upgrades, an additional cost of $25 to customers wishing to get a new device. The fee will also apply to no term renewals, so all existing customers are basically affected. Not great news for Fido customers, but not exactly unexpected. Another stipulation pointed out, is that customers can use Fido dollars to upgrade, but the $25 fee will be tacked on to your bill no matter what. What do you think about Fido introducing an admin fee to upgrades?


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Telus has introduced a monthly data bonus of 5GB for new customers who sign up for the $65 (or greater) Clear Choice price plans, a pretty amazing incentive to choose Telus right now. To be eligible, customers must sign up for any Clear Choice voice and data plan that costs $65 or greater. Since the $65 plan already includes 1GB, customers taking advantage of this offer will get at least 6GB of monthly data usage for a minimum of $65.

According to the fine details of the offer, it's available to customers using any phone and is available until October 5th of this year. It seems as though existing customers are out of luck with this promotion, though the document does state that customer service representatives are to "follow existing escalation process for renewals".


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Rogers launch new iPhone 3Gs with 16Gig or 32Gig of memory. Nothing of very spectacular with this new iPhone, same design but more built-in memory.

Buy your iPhone 3GS from Rogers.com

Five ways to save

1) For Rogers Wireless customers who bought an iPhone 3G between July 11 and Sept. 30, 2008, and with an average monthly spend of at least $100, Rogers will provide $500 off the cost of an iPhone 3G S. This special offer expires July 31, 2009 and comes with the addition of a one-year term to the customer?s existing service agreement.

16GB 3GS $199
32GB 3GS $299

2) For Rogers Wireless customers who bought an iPhone between July 11 and Dec. 31, 2008, but aren?t eligible for the above offer, Rogers will provide $250 dollars off the purchase of an iPhone 3G S. This special offer expires July 31, 2009 and comes with the addition of a one-year term to the customer?s existing service agreement.

16GB 3GS $449
32GB 3GS $549

3) All Rogers Wireless customers can upgrade to the iPhone 3GS at Rogers.com, or for a suggested retail price of just $19 more than retail channels.

8GB 3G $580/$599
16GB 3GS $680/$699
32GB 3GS $780/$799

4) Fido customers can take advantage of the Fido Rewards iPhone 3G S promotion:
Use FidoDollars towards the purchase of a new iPhone 3G S
Fido will top up the FidoDollars amount by $100
This promotion does not include an extension or renewal of their service agreement.

5) New and existing iPhone customers can take advantage of a limited-time promotion of 6GB of data for $30, now extended until July 31. Other Rogers and Fido data plans will remain the same, including the only national standalone data plan at $25 per month for 500 MB. Rogers think it?s the right plan for most Canadians ? 93 per cent of current iPhone customers on a data plan use less than 500 MB of data per month.



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After many information (cellphones.ca) and information provide to us yesterday Rogers have publish a press release for announce the new Palm Centro Smartphone in Canada. This device has a touch screen and a full keyboard and a little 1.3 mega pixels camera. A Bluetooth connection 1.2 is too inside the device. Obviously this device runs under Palm OS and not under Windows Mobile like some Treo. The Palm Centro of Rogers are offer in colbat blue (for the moment) for 199.99$ with a renewal of 3 years voice and data agreement or 299.99$ for new Rogers customers. For other price is 349.99$ with 2 years or 399.99$ with 1 years agreement.


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