A 6GB data plan sounds good, but it seems as though this will be available only to those who are picking up an Android-powered handset. The 6GB data plan is going for $30 monthly, and ought to be more or less the same to the one offered to new iPhone customers back when the iPhone 3G was launched. Folks who want to pick up the Dream or Magic this June 2nd from Rogers can consider the 6GB data plan – but for folks who use their handset as a portable modem, is 6GB really enough?
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