Go Canada Go, MacBook Air Gets EVDO Inside and More SEC Trouble

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Go Canada Go, MacBook Air Gets EVDO Inside and More SEC Trouble


Finally!: Canadian telco, Rogers, issued a statement this morning concerning the long awaited iPhone. "We're thrilled to announce that we have a deal with Apple to bring the iPhone to Canada later this year. We can't tell you any more about it right
now, but stay tuned."


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The graphic is quite misleading.

Apple was not the one holding it up, it was Rogers.

They wanted a bigger piece of the pie, so to speak, so it is unfair to blame Apple for the delay.


Chris Thomson

I can't wait to hear how much the iPhone will cost in Canada. I'm thinking $699, 3 year contact, $90/month. Rogers' currently cell plan that gives you 25MB of data costs $90/month. Isn't that insane?

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