Rogers lowers BYOD fee for shared plans


WhistleOut
08 December 2014

Rogers Wireless has lowered the price customers will pay to bring their own devices to its Share Everything plans.

Formerly $50 per month, you’ll now pay $40 for each BYOD line you connect to your Share Everything plan, which includes unlimited Canada-wide calls, unlimited texting and shareable data. If you buy a new smartphone with Rogers, that charge goes up to $60 per month.

Data isn’t included in the line access price, so a minimum data amount of 250MB will cost you an extra $10 per month, while the average 2GB inclusion is $30 per month (added to your line fee, that’s $70 in total).

The major networks have played around with their SIM-only plan pricing throughout 2014, but the latest move from Rogers is a welcome change.

The new price makes Rogers’ BYOD fee equal to rivals TELUS and Bell Mobility, both of which have a $40 fee each month to connect your own phone to their shared data plans.

Image credit: Jeffrey Simpson at Flickr


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