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Rogers new EPP Plans - $43-5GB(BYOD)/ $65 - 6GB/ $80 - 8GB /$90 - 10GB

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Rogers new EPP Plans - $43-5GB(BYOD)/ $65 - 6GB/ $80 - 8GB /$90 - 10GB

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Limited Time EPP Offers!

You can find full details below.

In order to take advantage of this, you will need a passcode and valid company email.
If your company offers Venngo, you can check there for the code.
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Last edited by cricdude on Jun 12th, 2019 12:35 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Aren’t they rolling out unlimited (10Gb before throttled) for $75 soon?
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I currently have a 10gb connection with virgin for 72$ with a 0$ lg g6 from, not last year but from the year before. This December will be the 2nd and end of the contract.

I truly believe anything over 60$(without phone) or 70$(with a phone) for 10gb + Canada wide is too expensive.

But that's just my personal opinion.

edit: btw, this is not an EPP price, its a regular customer price.
Last edited by HyperTech on Jun 12th, 2019 2:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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puglife644 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 1:02 pm
Aren’t they rolling out unlimited (10Gb before throttled) for $75 soon?
yes .. wondering where the catch points .. hope its BYOD and no contract, phone purchase etc etc ..
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EPP plans from any vendors shouldn't be posted on this forum. They are nothing but benefits at one's work place. Having said that, do you want 10 GB of data for 80 bucks per month from Telus? Then come work with me. :)
I am not going to downvote this post.
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selinis wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 1:26 pm
EPP plans from any vendors shouldn't be posted on this forum. They are nothing but benefits at one's work place. Having said that, do you want 10 GB of data for 80 bucks per month from Telus? Then come work with me. :)
I am not going to downvote this post.
How much do you pay?
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$80 for 10GB BYOD is terrible. I pay $75 for 15gb. Some people have reported paying $70. I'm with Koodo.
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selinis wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 1:26 pm
EPP plans from any vendors shouldn't be posted on this forum. They are nothing but benefits at one's work place. Having said that, do you want 10 GB of data for 80 bucks per month from Telus? Then come work with me. :)
I am not going to downvote this post.
Why can't they be posted? Deals like this have been posted in the past many times...
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Mayoo wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 1:18 pm
yes .. wondering where the catch points .. hope its BYOD and no contract, phone purchase etc etc ..
The catch is that it'll be Reg $125, but they'll guarantee your $50 savings for 2 years. Then after 2 months they'll increase the cost to $135, but don't worry your $50 savings is guaranteed. Then in 1 year you'll call because somehow you're now paying $150. They'll reduce it to $85. Wash, rinse, repeat.
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mk316 wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 2:07 pm
Why can't they be posted? Deals like this have been posted in the past many times...
They can be posted, but how are you going to enjoy the deal given the fact the target audience is OP’s workplace? Unless he takes the deal, pays for it then you reimburse him.
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I'm paying 70$ for 15gb with Rogers corporate plan
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cricdude wrote:
Jun 12th, 2019 2:41 pm
Not everyone needs or wants 10GB. Plus it will likely be a BYOD plan only.

Some might want to go with $65 - 6GB plan and get a good discount on a phone Galaxy S10e ($99) or Galaxy S9 ($0).
The old $56 5gb corporate plan also came with a discounted phone and that was a much better deal. Especially since that plan had the same roaming options in the US as the $43 BYOD plan in your screenshot.
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