Take this with a grain of salt, but a user over on HowardForums who’s been known to leak credible information in the past has apparently leaked some pricing information about the iPhone 3G that’ll be heading to Canada on the Rogers network.
Here’s the short version:
- Pricing looks very similar to U.S. pricing in that the 8GB version will cost $199 and the 16GB version will cost $299
- The subsidized prices require a three year commitment instead of a two-year commitment. Can any of our Canadian readers comment on this? This seems to be a growing trend in Canada, huh? Three years instead of two?
- Data plans will be similarly priced at $30 for consumers and $45 for businesses. They’ll have to be added to qualifying voice plans, which will likely start at $40 per month.
- The device will be sold in Rogers, Fido, and Apple stores.
So basically it looks like everything’s about the same as it will be here in the states if this post over on HowardForums is legit, except for the contract length.
via Engadget Mobile