Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup now in Canadian App Store (Rogers subscribers only)

Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup Rogers has released a free iPad app called Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup, allowing users on their network to watch:

All 64 games available in English (including consecutive “Round of 16” broadcasts) and 56 games broadcast in French.

Works over Rogers 3G (7.2 HSDPA) or Wi-Fi, and incredibly:

Data consumed by the application over 3G will NOT be deducted from your data bucket.

You need to be in Canada, and a Rogers subscriber (you need to be on the Rogers 3G network to authenticate) but if you are, try it out and let us know what you think.


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Rogers Live 2010 FIFA World Cup now in Canadian App Store (Rogers subscribers only)


It is available as well for the iPhone - look for ROD (Rogers On Demand) - only costs $10 for viewing all World Cup games and again works both on 3G and WiFi and 3G data is not taken out of data bucket.

I don't get it... why make an awesome app like this only to be offered to IPAD 3G ONLY??? Serious waste of time.

Not as great as it sounds.
You can get it on the iphone and blackberry too. But you have to pay 5 bucks extra a month and a 10 dollar one time fee. It laggs and half the time never connects.

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