Rogers Introduces Infinite Wireless Data Plans With No Overage Charges

Back to news

New unlimited wireless data will deliver lower prices and worry-free billing

Toronto, ON (June 12, 2019) – Rogers Communications announced today it will introduce unlimited data plans with no overage charges on Canada’s most trusted, national network. The new plans will be available on the Rogers brand starting tomorrow. Later this summer, Rogers will also launch new financing options giving customers more affordable smartphone and device opportunities.

Rogers Infinite plans with unlimited wireless data will start at $75 for 10GB of high speed data for every line on our fastest LTE network. Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages. If customers want more high speed data, they can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB. Customers can pool their data with family and friends, eliminating the need to monitor data use.

“Canadians want worry-free wireless and these new plans will give our customers peace of mind so they can use as much data as they want,” said Joe Natale, President and Chief Executive Officer. “This is about putting our customers first, and helping them get the most out of their wireless services. These plans represent another critical step forward in our commitment to creating the best experience for our customers.”

Later this summer, Rogers Infinite plans will also include new device financing options so customers can purchase any device they want at $0, any day of the year. Once their device is paid off, customers will only pay for their monthly service plan.

“Today’s announcement further strengthens the choice and value we offer our customers,” said Brent Johnston, President, Wireless Services. “We anticipate these new plans will be popular with our customers for years to come.”

The new Rogers Infinite plans are part of a comprehensive multi-year program to invest and improve our customer experience.  This includes significant investments in our networks, improvements in customer service, our retail store experience, technical operations, websites and mobile apps.

“Canada has some of the fastest wireless networks in the world,” says Natale. “The new Rogers Infinite plans will help Canadians take full advantage of wireless in their everyday life.  These new plans will help our customers unleash the full potential of 4G wireless services today and 5G wireless services tomorrow.”

Today’s announcement is an important step forward for wireless customers in Canada.

About Rogers
Rogers is a proud Canadian company dedicated to making more possible for Canadians each and every day. Our founder, Ted Rogers, started our company in 1960 with the purchase of CHFI radio station. We have grown to become a leading technology and media company that strives to provide the very best in wireless, residential, and media to Canadians and Canadian businesses. Our shares are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: RCI.A and RCI.B) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RCI). If you want to find out more about us, visit

58 responses to “Rogers Introduces Infinite Wireless Data Plans With No Overage Charges”

  1. Michael says:

    What is the reduced speed?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Michael! The reduced speed is 256kbps.

      • Lewis says:

        Advertised as unlimited, once you go over get ready for everything to stop working. At 256kbs reduced rate, internet pages will take over 3-5mins to load if you are lucky but most of the time will ”time out” while connecting to servers and crash, it takes multiple hours to send emails if you can even get a connection to the server. The connection is pretty slow during the ”fast” part of your data and extremely extremely slow to the point where it’s borderline unusable when you get slowed down. For 150$/mo.. disappointing. On a speed tester I was averaging 0.2mbs reduced and 20mbs normal.

        • Lucas Paquette says:

          I second that, the reduced speeds are absolutely terrible. Should be capped to atleast 2-3 mbps not 256kbs. They know exactly what they are doing, those speeds are awful.

  2. Drew says:

    This is great news, but can you please clarify the data rates above the cap?

    “Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages.”

    What throughput is “reduced speeds”?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hey Drew! Once you use all your max speed data, you will continue to be able to use applications such as basic email, web browsing, but at a reduced speed of up to 256kbps.

  3. astaire arudpiragasam says:

    That’s a great news for our customers

  4. magi says:

    We need to have options for different tabs too. Most of us have the device attached to the tabs. Is there any option?

  5. on the main website, to “learn more” you get stuck in a loop… where the customer will never actually learn more about what the reduction speed rates are.

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Brenton – is functioning correctly. Please let me know if you experience any additional issues.

  6. Ghulam Butt says:

    very smart move indeed esp to compete with other players like Freedom Mobile… awesome!

  7. Rahul says:

    Wow. Another Rogers First.

  8. Gordon DeWolfe says:

    Today’s announcement truly makes me proud to be a part of such an amazing forward-thinking company who consistently stands the test of time in being first in Canada to bring such exciting changes to the people that matter most – our customers. This really shows that Rogers has its hand on the pulse of what Canadians want and their commitment to putting the customer first and foremost.

    Congratulations to all of those involved in bringing this exciting news to Canadians.

  9. Paul says:

    What’s included ,text calling etc
    What about shareplans. That cost more for less. $80/4gb. Will they decrease

  10. Karla says:

    The Rogers customers who already have these expensive 110$ plans, will we be able to get these plans free of charge?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hey Karla! Please log into your account on for prices specific to your account. 🙂

    • Jamie Potvin says:

      Hey Karla, i just changed my share everything plan to ifinite and my price dropped but now i have more data so yes you can switch and it cost me nothing.

  11. Navdeep says:

    existing customers are eligible as well? for example, customer who is on ultra tab will be benefited from this feature?

  12. Jarrett says:

    I read that the speed drops down to 256kbps. This isn’t even enough to stream Netflix. So i’m not sure how you can say that you can still stream video?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Jarrett! Once you reach the cap, you can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which allows browsing and online multimedia viewing. If you want additional high speed data, you can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB.

  13. Sylvia Nordstrom says:

    That’s great, but I wish you had better service in rural areas. I’ve had Rogers through Zoomer Wireless for several years, but I live in a bit of a gully and get no cell service. Is there any way I can boost the signal without buying an expensive booster?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Sylvia! Please contact our technical support team on Twitter @RogersHelps or They’ll be able to provide recommendations.

  14. Joe Scarfone says:

    Please let me know when this is available in Mississauga
    I would be interested in changing my plan

  15. Adam Roberts says:

    Now if I switch my plan to one of these new ones. Would I lose my $10 US & Canada long distance add on. Plus my 25% discount I get every month? I pay $90.00 a month for 15GB. Just wondering if it’s worth it to switch?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hey Adam! Please reach out to our customer service team on Twitter @RogersHelps or – they’ll be happy to take a look at your account.

  16. Kevin Parker says:

    Finally! Although this is not as good as the Americans or Europeans have it, do you know how much the throttled speed will be?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hey Kevin! Once you use all your max speed data, you will continue to be able to use applications at a reduced speed of up to 256kbps.

  17. Joanne says:

    Can I just phone in to get this new deal or cam I pop into a store to. This would cut my phone bill in half

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Joanne – thanks for your interest! You can call, tweet @RogersHelps, send a message on, visit a store, speak with our Live Chat team via … there are many ways to change your plan! 🙂

  18. Kaleem says:

    The memo above says “Beyond this, customers can use unlimited data at reduced speeds which still allows simple browsing, engaging in social media, streaming video, and sending email and text messages”. At the reduced speed of 256kbps, can you actually stream any video?

    • RogersMike says:

      Yes! You can stream video, but the experience will likely be impacted. If you want to continue at max speed after you’ve reached the cap, you can purchase a Speed Pass for $15 for 3GB.

  19. Dylan Somerville says:

    What about people on a Ultra Tab or any tab? What would the pricing be with those?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Dylan! Please check out for more info, or reach out to our customer service teams on Twitter @RogersHelps or

  20. Raymond says:

    Will this new plan be available on Fido?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Raymond! We cannot speak to the future, however we can tell you we focus on our customer’s needs and tailor plans for them at great prices.

  21. RobW says:

    Apparently we cant use our preferred corporate discounts on these new plans, poor service! I have save 30% on my 1GB Share everything plan with bonus 5GB addon but apparently would loose this discount moving to an infinite plan according to the live chat agent. Wow! Is this correct???

    • RogersMike says:

      Hey Rob, please contact our customer service teams on Twitter @RogersHelps or so they can take a look at your account.

  22. Lorna Monteith says:

    My Grand daughter, in Cambridge, Ontario, informed me today that she was switching from Bell to Rogers and that she is getting a very good deal. Because she is aware that I have been getting a lot of problems with Bell, she asked me to find out if Rogers services Burlington. I know of quite a few people who are fed up with Bell and would like to change but we do not have much choice. It is either Cogeco or Bell. Please help. I tried getting someone on your Live Chat line but they seem to be very busy. I held inline for 40 minutes.

    Thank you.


    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Lorna! Have you tried tweeting @RogersHelps or sending them a message via They can help! You can also check eligibility online at There’s a box beside each internet package that says “How to get”. Click that box, and enter your postal code – it will let you know if Rogers is available in your area.

  23. Pat Hambley says:

    Does this apply to existing plans.

  24. Stuart says:

    How come when I log in to my account it says a special offer of $95 per month for 10GB infinite plan. However the article states that it should be $75 per month. Am I so special that I get to pay more for the advertosed plan?

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Stuart, please contact our customer service team on Twitter @RogersHelps or so they can look at your account.

  25. Sean says:

    I currently switched to the infinite plan , and the reduced speed is absolute garbage . None of my apps, games , internet load ….. not even my weather app. Almost everything on my phone is useless unless I connect to wifi . The concept is great but Rogers needs to speed to the unbelievably slow “data drop down speed “. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone . Very disappointed .

  26. vasilios oliver says:

    i did a speed test on google and only got .02 megabits per second. it doesnt even come close to 256kbps.clearly there is something wrong with the internet speed once throttled. i even have full bars on my phone

    • RogersPaul says:

      I encourage you to connect with technical support to find out why you are not receiving the speeds you should be.

  27. Katharine says:

    Why is this advertised as an ‘Unlimited’ plan when you still have to purchase additional data packages if you want anything to actually RUN? Ridiculous! Was really hoping to get off the current $300++++ plan we’re on now but….nope! Unlimited is unlimited. Period. The same way it is with all your Home based services. So disappointed

    • RogersMike says:

      Hi Katharine, kindly contact our customer service team on Twitter @RogersHelps or They can look at your account and see what options are available to you.

  28. Gerry says:

    another reason why after 10 years i left Bell for Rogers . the customer service is the best i have ever had, the plan options and the fact that Rogers actually works with their customers not against them . i consider Rogers to be the best value for the money .

  29. Mike says:

    Could I use my data as a personal hot spot for my laptop?

    • RogersPaul says:

      Absolutely, Mike. There are no limitations to using the hotspot function on your device. You can view and manage your max speed data usage anytime by accessing the MyRogers app.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Email Frequency