Looks like Rogers will be bringing back the $30/6GB data plans just in time for the iPhone 3G S launch!
Last year, to help defuse some of the negative publicity surrounding Canadian data rates in face of the iPhone 3G launch, Rogers extended a hand to data hungry users in the form of this plan -- for a limited time only.
Recently Rogers brought the plan back for their Android handset as well, but it's great to see it specified for our new iPhone.
Ngmoco takes classic gaming concepts and genres, re-interprets them for the iPhone, and then makes them look better than anyone can believe an iPhone game can look. Star Defense, a galaxy-spanning take on tower defense, is no exception.
While Apple will no doubt post a high quality version in their iTunes podcast feed in the next couple of days, if you absolutely have to watch the WWDC 2009 Keynote address -- where Apple introduces the iPhone 3G S -- right now, the streaming QuickTime version is available for your enjoyment.
We'll just pass then the mic and let you tell us what you think in the comments!
We absolutely will offer MMS on iPhone 3G S in late summer once we complete some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience with MMS. These upgrades are unrelated to our 3G network. When MMS is ready, we will let customers know.
Regarding offering a tethering plan:
We plan to offer one but we don’t have an announcement to make at this time.
AT&T Corporate Communications
Lots of smartphones have lots of features, and as Steve Jobs has said in the past -- many people don't even know about them, much less use them.
With the original iPhone, Apple popularized mobile web browsing, and the iPhone 3G too that to previously unseen levels (and AT&T has the data network woes to prove it). The App Store made getting and using mobile applications so ridiculously easy that 50,000 now fill the store and over 1 billion have been downloaded.