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I have wasted an entire week lusting over Apples iPhone, and plan to waste a lot more time researching and reporting on the iPhones launch and availability in Canada. I finally heard back from Rogers (Canadas largest wireless carrier) and can relay that Rogers will in fact be offering the iPhone in Canada.
Apple and Rogers have already had talks over the iPhone and must have already come to some sort of agreement for Rogers to boldly state it will be the exclusive carrier in Canada. Here is the interesting part of the email Rogers sent to me:
- The iPhone will first be introduced in North America
- Cingular is the only wireless carrier to launch the iPhone in the United States
- Rogers is actively working with Apple to launch the iPhone in Canada as soon as possible and will be the exclusive provider of the iPhone in Canada
- Apple is planning to introduce the iPhone in Europe (Q4 2007) and Asia (2008)
- Please be advised that Rogers will be offering the iPhone exclusively in Canada
- Launch date and pricing for Canada are not yet available
- Other Canadian wireless carriers will not launch the iPhone, Rogers will be the only Canadian wireless carrier to offer the iPhone
Of possible significance is mention of the iPhone being introduced first in North America, and not specifically just the USA. The line though is still as general as stating that it will be introduced first in the northern hemisphere would also be true.
What is clear from the above is that Apple and Rogers have talked and that the iPhone is coming to Canada, but that much has already been assumed. Im still clueless on when the iPhone is launching and how much it is going to cost me. Knowing the way Rogers operates, availability in October 2007 for CND$699 with a 3 year contract would be disappointing but it would not surprise me.
Chief operating officer at Rogers, Nadir Mohamed, had this to say to the Globe and Mail, on January 15, 2007:
Im not saying whether we have agreements or anything [with Apple], but given the iPhone was launched on GSM, were in good position to reinforce that were the first and have the best-feature devices.
He also adds that when consumers are considering wireless devices its not about a particular device, its about personalization.
Wrong. Maybe that wasnt the case before, but now its about a particular device: the iPhone. People are going to demand an iPhone.