The big stink on Friday was the announcement of the iPhone plans in Canada. Rogers has offered some less than spectacular plans for Canadian iPhone customers, sparking an online petition that has had over 9,000 signatures added to it this weekend.
Canada wasn’t the only one to get news of terrible rate plans on Friday, though.
Both Sweden and Norway also received their rate plan information, and one could argue that their plans make the Rogers plans look generous.
The Sweden plans are as follows:
Plans in Norway run:
$80 -> 100 minutes, 100MB, 100 SMS
$140 -> 250 minutes, 250MB, 250 SMS
$220 -> 1000 minutes, 1000MB, 1000 SMS
And the Rogers plans are as follows: