Rogers spokesperson Keith McArthur (@keithmcarthur) is tweeting Roger/Fido iPhone details:

The Tweetrelease:

  • Both Rogers Wireless and Fido will offer iPhone 3GS starting June 19.
  • Rogers/Fido pricing is $199 for 16GB iPhone 3GS; $299 for 32GB iPhone 3GS on a three-year voice and data plan.
  • 8GB version of the iPhone 3G will drop to $99 on June 19 at Rogers and Fido with a three-year voice and data plan.
  • Rogers is reintroducing the $30/6GB data plan for iPhones effective tomorrow, June 9. Offer available for a limited time.

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UPDATE from Keith McArthur:

Hey there. I’m with the communications team at Rogers. I can confirm that existing customers will be able to tether if they upgrade their operating system and have a data plan of at least 1GB.

There will also be a no-contract price for customers who want to upgrade before they are eligible for a hardware upgrade subsidy.

Rogers just announced the latest news concerning those who owned an iPhone prior to September 2008 and planning on upgrading to the new iPhone 3GS.

The no-term price at both Rogers and Fido is $699 for the 16GB 3GS and $799 for the 32GB 3GS

Rogers is offering all Rogers Wireless customers who bought an iPhone in 2008 a minimum savings of $250 savings off the no term price.

Rogers Wireless customers who bought the device before Sept 30, 2008 and spend $99 a month get a $500 savings off no term price.

Rogers Wireless customers who aren’t eligible for these promotions can buy the 3GS at our cost ($680/$780) at for a limited