Rogers is now apparently trying to defuse the iPhone PR disaster with a $30-a-month data deal subscribers can add to their voice plans.
Rogers Communications has caved into consumer pressure and is offering a limited rollback of rates for the new Apple iPhone 3G being launched Friday, says the Vancouver Sun, also noting:
The new Rogers rate, available only for subscribers who activate their phones before Aug. 31, is $30 a month for a six-gigabyte data plan that can be added to new or existing voice plans with Rogers - but only if they sign up for a three-year contract.
Rogers is also limiting sales to two phones per customer.
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