Yesterday, we learned Del started selling the Dell Streak exclusively for Rogers customers – just as it had been rumored – but we didn’t see Rogers offering the 5-inch device subsidized as we’d also heard. Today, they’ve gone ahead and announced their plans to offer it for $149.99 on three year voice and data plans. If you’d rather save a few hundred bucks today than not be tied down with a three year agreement, hit your local Rogers store up now or take your money to their online storefront.
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