|Rogers Wireless (in Canada)
||[Feb. 20th, 2006|02:24 am]
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I just got a spiffy new cellphone this weekend (my previous one was a three and a half year old dinosaur of a phone). This one has mobile Internet access, and Rogers is my cellphone provider. I'm in Canada (Ottawa, Ontario, to be specific).
Now, I have a monthly phone plan, but I don't have a mobile Internet plan, but I can access it anyways on a pay-per-use basis, according to the Rogers website. But, as you can see on that webpage, it doesn't actually really give you the pay-per-use rates (note: Pay As You Go and pay-per-use are different things - Pay As You Go is a pay-as-you-go cellphone, rather than a monthly plan) - the section of "navigate plan vs. pay-per-use" looks exactly the same as the section above, but with different headings that make no sense. Maybe the pay-per-use rates are the same as the Pay As You Go, but it doesn't say that anywhere, so I'm wondering what the pay-per-use rates are.
That website has led me in circles, I've looked through the FAQ and everything, and nothing to answer my question.
So, two questions, answer either or both:
1. What are the pay-per-use rates for Rogers Wireless in Canada (Ontario)?
2. Can you find anywhere on that website that says "pay-per-use" rates? Maybe my eyes just aren't working.