With the iPhone 3G just around the corner, an online petition was formed regarding Rogers’ iPhone 3G pricing plans which attracted over 41,000 signatures. Service plans were announced to start at $60 for just 150 voice minutes. The gripe is regarding the lack of an unlimited data plan, which is essential for a phone which thrives on data.
Also, unconfirmed rumors say that Apple was so displeased with Rogers’ pricing, they’ve decided to divert some of the Canadian iPhone stock to European launches. Potentially bad news for the Canucks but perhaps some new rate plans may arise from the petition; or it’ll be ignored by anyone who hasn’t signed it.