Rogers now offers a 100GB Infinite plan for $175 per month. The company’s Infinite ‘unlimited’ data plans offer full speed data for allotted buckets, then speeds get throttled to 512 Kbps once initial data amounts are exhausted.
The company told the media this 100GB Infinite plan launched last Friday. Rogers said in a statement, “we’re always looking for ways to offer our customers more choice and flexibility, and this is a great new option for customers that want access to more high speed shareable data.” The company emphasized they were the “first national carrier to introduce unlimited data plans last year.”
Along with $85/30GB and $125/50GB Infinite plans. This $175/100GB plan also includes 6 months of free Apple Music, plus a free tablet plan for 24 months ($10/month afterwards).
Right now, Rogers also is still offering its promo 20GB Infinite plan for $75 per month. Just like its rivals Telus and Bell (Telus says its promo ends on November 2, 2020).
As of writing, Telus and Bell only offer up to 50GB for their respective ‘unlimited’ data plans, but both will most likely match Rogers at some point in time.