Canadian Carrier Offers to Unlock iPhones for $50

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Rogers is bad company....... Don't use Rogers if you are in Canada. h. Even their high speed internet is horrible , if you use the internet cap ( 60 GB), you have to pay 50$ extra.. 20 Mbit/s connection cap at 60GB? even watching youtube video, 60 GB will be gone.. Bell= charge only 30$ and cheaper price, TekSavy= unlimited and got no cap .
 

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[citation][nom]kimyeang88[/nom]Rogers is bad company....... Don't use Rogers if you are in Canada. h. Even their high speed internet is horrible , if you use the internet cap ( 60 GB), you have to pay 50$ extra.. 20 Mbit/s connection cap at 60GB? even watching youtube video, 60 GB will be gone.. Bell= charge only 30$ and cheaper price, TekSavy= unlimited and got no cap .[/citation]
I use Rogers and I love it. I barely ever had an issue with it. The only complaint is the value. It sucks.
 

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Rogers and Bell are both terrible companies. If you live in Ontario, use Teksavvy. About half the price of Rogers or bell and no download cap. Not to mention, when you call their customer service, you get a person in Canada as opposed to India.
 

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From 1/1/2011 all phones will come unlocked in Israel :) and no contracts :) you will be able to switch carriers without fines :)
 

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Rogers recently adjusted their pricing to compete with Bell's offerings. We're switching to 50mbps with 175GB cap next week for 100$+tax. If you don't require stupid fast internet but higher bandwidth cap I would suggest Bell or teksavvy. I got Fibe16 right now from Bell and can download at up to 2MB/sec from a good source with 120GB extra bandwidth cap. But now that we're going to have 2 ISP's I can remove the extra bandwidth option and have 2 stupid fast internets ;) I win!
 

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I use Rogers and hate it,we wanted to try the new BellAliant fibreop (20d/5u) but they didn't offer it in the apartment we are at.

Every bill is different with Rogers we get fees that they can't even explain with a reasonable answer.
 

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European companies, invented cheap broadband, now American ones come and invent caps. Go %$#$% yourself American ISPs.!
 

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Let's see, undisclosed 6.95 system access fee and $0.75 911 access fee... then add tax.

If you live in Ontario the real monthly cost of a typical $35 contract is $49.... and that is assuming you don't get nailed for going over on minutes or texts.

Telecom in Canada is broken beyond belief in anti-competitiveness.

This is kinda of like the guy with the whip only hitting you 8 times instead of 10 for once... yeah, real nice guy.
 

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[citation][nom]Cryogenic[/nom]European companies, invented cheap broadband, now American ones come and invent caps. Go %$#$% yourself American ISPs.![/citation]

#1 they are talking about canadian internet not american and #2 we copied the aussies or someone we didnt invent it XD but yeah im not a huge fan of alot of american ISP's like crapcast.
 

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[citation][nom]kimyeang88[/nom]Rogers is bad company....... Don't use Rogers if you are in Canada. h. Even their high speed internet is horrible , if you use the internet cap ( 60 GB), you have to pay 50$ extra.. 20 Mbit/s connection cap at 60GB? even watching youtube video, 60 GB will be gone.. Bell= charge only 30$ and cheaper price, TekSavy= unlimited and got no cap .[/citation]

I use Eastlink, 15Mbit/s with no cap, but I think they are only in the east coast as the name implies.
 

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i used to be with Rogers. initially i loved it but the speed was getting lower and lower, then they started adding caps then they started shrinking caps and i said good bye...
switched ti Acanac and not looking back. $25/month is $25/month, solid connection and no cap. I wouldn't mind 10, 20 or 50mbps but the price has to be reasonable. broadband was not invented yesterday and consumer base is far greater now than 10 years ago. i'd pay $60 a month for 100Mbps down and 25mbps up. this is what i consider fair today.
 

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people saying Canadians are not American crack me up. Of course they are, they live in Canada which is in North America. Mexicans are also Americans, so are Argentineans and Brazilians... I was in traveling in South America few months ago and I loved how some label their products "Made in America"... hehe take that...

(oh you mean 'US' Americans...).
 

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just saw that Acanac now also offers cable, 15Mbps, no cap, $40/month (you can use own cable modem if you want to), still all goodies apply (traffic encryption, 5000 email addresses, 100Mb storage etc.).
 

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There is no way to permanently unlock iPhone. Looks like another trick to pump money out of unsuspecting apple customers.
 
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