While reading this article on BoyGenius I could not help but think that RIM should have done this ages ago. Turns out that Apple is putting the screws to Rogers in Canada for announcing ridiculously high data rate plans for the upcoming iPhone 3G.
The fact of the matter is that this might just be a big ploy to show a limited supply of iPhones. On the other hand Rogers really needs to get smacked upside the head with regard to them skinning their customers with ridiculous data charges. This just reminds me of when AT&T used to make me pay $10 a month for 1MB of data usage.
Can anybody make Rogers see sense? Or will Rogers customers always have to take heart medication when they get their monthly bill?
I have no idea but RIM does not seem to care…