Rogers Plus Rogers: Infinite Plans with Unlimited Data Available Now, Starting at $75.00/Month Infinite Plans with Unlimited Data Available Now!

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Surf and stream as much as you want with Rogers, because their Infinite Plans with unlimited data are available now!

Originally announced on June 12, Infinite Plans start at $75.00 per month and include unlimited data with no overage fees along with Canada-wide talk and text.

We've listed pricing for each Infinite Plan below (all plans reflect BYOD pricing with no contract).

  • Infinite +10 - $75.00 per month (10GB of max speed data)
  • Infinite +20 - $95.00 per month (20GB of max speed data)
  • Infinite +50 - $125.00 per month (50GB of max speed data)

All Infinite Plans feature unlimited data usage, but are capped with max speed data limits -- you’ll get full LTE speeds up to a certain threshold (10GB, 20GB or 50GB, depending on the plan), but speeds will be reduced to 256kbps after reaching the bandwidth limit until the end of your billing cycle.

These plans are available online, via telephone (1-855-291-9727) or in Rogers stores -- click here to find the location nearest you. If you're not a Rogers customer, you can see the new Bell $75.00 Unlimited Data Plan here and the new Telus 15GB for $75.00 plan here.

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    • Reposting here for visibility: http://about.rogers.com/2019/06/12/

      New unlimited wireless data will deliver lower prices and worry-free billing
      Toronto, ON (June 12, 2019) – Rogers Communications announced today it will introduce unlimited data plans with no overage charges on Canada’s most trusted, national network. The new plans will be available on the Rogers brand starting tomorrow. Later this summer, Rogers will also launch new financing options giving customers more affordable smartphone and device opportunities.

      Rogers Infinite plans with unlimited wireless data will start at $75 for 10GB of high speed data for every line on our fastest LTE network. Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages. If customers want more high speed data, they can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB. Customers can pool their data with family and friends, eliminating the need to monitor data use.

      “Canadians want worry-free wireless and these new plans will give our customers peace of mind so they can use as much data as they want,” said Joe Natale, President and Chief Executive Officer. “This is about putting our customers first, and helping them get the most out of their wireless services. These plans represent another critical step forward in our commitment to creating the best experience for our customers.”

      Later this summer, Rogers Infinite plans will also include new device financing options so customers can purchase any device they want at $0, any day of the year. Once their device is paid off, customers will only pay for their monthly service plan.

      “Today’s announcement further strengthens the choice and value we offer our customers,” said Brent Johnston, President, Wireless Services. “We anticipate these new plans will be popular with our customers for years to come.”

      The new Rogers Infinite plans are part of a comprehensive multi-year program to invest and improve our customer experience. This includes significant investments in our networks, improvements in customer service, our retail store experience, technical operations, websites and mobile apps.

      “Canada has some of the fastest wireless networks in the world,” says Natale. “The new Rogers Infinite plans will help Canadians take full advantage of wireless in their everyday life. These new plans will help our customers unleash the full potential of 4G wireless services today and 5G wireless services tomorrow.”

      Today’s announcement is an important step forward for wireless customers in Canada.

      About Rogers
      Rogers is a proud Canadian company dedicated to making more possible for Canadians each and every day. Our founder, Ted Rogers, started our company in 1960 with the purchase of CHFI radio station. We have grown to become a leading technology and media company that strives to provide the very best in wireless, residential, and media to Canadians and Canadian businesses. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). If you want to find out more about us, visit www.about.rogers.com.
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    • I am very curious to see how the other carriers are going to respond to this.
      Bring on the price war!
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    • This is hot IMO

      https://www.globenewswire.com/news-rele ... arges.html

      TORONTO, June 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rogers Communications announced today it will introduce unlimited data plans with no overage charges on Canada’s most trusted, national network. The new plans will be available on the Rogers brand starting tomorrow. Later this summer, Rogers will also launch new financing options giving customers more affordable smartphone and device opportunities.

      Rogers Infinite plans with unlimited wireless data will start at $75 for 10GB of high speed data for every line on our fastest LTE network. Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages. If customers want more high speed data, they can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB. Customers can pool their data with family and friends, eliminating the need to monitor data use
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    • Reduced speeds after 10gb. Not ideal. Depends on how slow the reduced speeds are though
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    • BYOD looks like.. tab options available in the future?
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    • fsilva wrote:
      Jun 12th, 2019 9:40 am
      I am very curious to see how the other carriers are going to respond to this.
      Bring on the price war!
      ... Are you new to Canada?
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    • Wonder if this will be available for their MiFi (portable wireless internet hot spot) devices?

      I've been looking for an option to get internet at my cottage, so that I cab bring my android STB to stream movies through Kodi repositories and IPTV service.
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    • btwitsmatt wrote:
      Jun 12th, 2019 9:54 am
      BYOD looks like.. tab options available in the future?
      Who knows but nothing to indicate - I'm wondering if the deal goes away after a few weeks like the old 10GB deals.
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    • Depends on how usable 256kbps ends up being. Wont say hot, yet. However, if you can get 30% off from your employer on these plans, 30% off 50GB/$125 is scorching hot IMO.
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    • Let's wait and see.
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    • So not unlimited since they throttle after 10gb which cripples the plan....
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    • The closest thing we had to a "price war" was when they all rolled out the 10gb/$60 plans but it didn't take long for them to shut that down lol
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    • Dave98 wrote:
      Jun 12th, 2019 9:54 am
      Reduced speeds after 10gb. Not ideal. Depends on how slow the reduced speeds are though
      +1, it will be like past Wind / Freedom plans where they just throttle the speeds after a certain limit.
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    • Ah, the old bait & switch...

      I'll stick to my Koodo plan currently at 16GB of LTE for $55/month
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    • EdZegRFD wrote: Ah, the old bait & switch...

      I'll stick to my Koodo plan currently at 16GB of LTE for $55/month
      Jeez hook me up with that deal fam 😂😂
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    • https://www.rogers.com/consumer/wireles ... -infinite/




      " Rogers Infinite data plans include 10GB, 20GB or 50GB of data at max speed on the Rogers network, extended coverage areas within Canada, and Roam Like Home destinations (see rogers.com/roamlikehome). You will continue to have access to data services with no overage beyond the max speed allotment at a reduced speed of up to 256 kilobits per second (for both upload and download) until the end of your current billing cycle"

      lol if this is accurate.
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    • Wonder if this will be available for their MiFi (portable wireless internet hot spot) devices?

      I've been looking for an option to get internet at my cottage, so that I cab bring my android STB to stream movies through Kodi repositories and IPTV service.
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    • Kurtz7834 wrote:
      Jun 12th, 2019 10:11 am
      +1, it will be like past Wind / Freedom plans where they just throttle the speeds after a certain limit.
      Sure yes but MUCH better and wider network
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    • I honestly have never used up more than 4GB...actually, I have only JUST gone past 3GB a couple of months ago. I'm on a 6GB shared plan with my wife and we are pretty much under 6GB each month. But this is with jumping onto whatever WiFi hotspots are available. I think a 10GB - then reduced speed plan sounds alright for my usage.

      I think this all depends on where you are coming from. I guess you guys calling this a bad deal must be using data like crazy.
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