Canadian mobile phone carrier Rogers Wireless should soon offer its customers the possibility to enjoy a much wider range of devices on its airwaves than before, a recently leaked roadmap shows.
Among the main devices there, we can count the BlackBerry Bold 9780 or the Samsung Focus, both already launched, as well as a series of yet to come devices.
Among the other phones
listed there, we can count the Nokia N8, and the Vivaz Pro, along with two Android slates, namely Dell Streak and Galaxy Tab.
It appears that the wireless carrier indeed plans on bringing the Nokia N8 on its network with a price tag of $79.99
attached to it upon the signing of a three year contract agreement, which sounds very appealing.
Moreover, the leaked documents show the Dell Streak
listed at $149.99 on contract, and the Vivaz Pro as eligible for the $10 unlimited data plan, which was not meant for smartphones initially.
As for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab
, it should arrive at the wireless carrier with a price tag of $199.99 upon the signing of a a 3-year contract agreement with the wireless carrier.
However this won't be the only option Rogers plans for its users, as a $299.99 cost with a 2-year agreement will also be there.
The aforementioned leaked documents, which emerged over at BGR
, supposedly unveiled the carrier
's plans for the fourth quarter of the ongoing year, and all the way to the beginning of February.
Two of the handsets listed there were already put on sale at Rogers, namely the BlackBerry Bold 9780
and the Samsung Focus, the former priced at $149.99 on contract, while the latter would set users back $199.99 on contract.
This suggests that it might not be too long before the other devices there are also brought to shelves with the said price tags.
However, nothing is official on the matter for the time being, and we should expect for Rogers
to make a formal announcement on some of them, just to make sure that it all proves real in the end.