Wow' been quite a morning. I awoke today to find that my 5 gig iPad data plan purchased last month had expired, and was surprised to see that I had an email from Rogers telling me that my iPad data plan had automatically renewed, and it provided me all the details. I did note that Rogers policy is to automatically renew my plan and that I have an option to opt out. Okaaaay. I returned back to my iPad later this morning, to find that I had 12 notifications of successful iPad data plans renewals. A phone call to the billing department confirmed that I was being billed each and very time the email had been sent to me. I naturally thought this was an issue within the Rogers billing department, but after being billed 30 times for my renewal, and having been passed around to various departments for and hour and 15 minutes, his is what has been resolved: diddly squat!! A "ticket" has been created noting the problem, and a refund is being put through on my Visa card for the total amount of this snafu (30x $39.95) but other than removing my credit card number from their system to avoid continual billings, there is nothing that Rogers can do at hhis time I am told. So I have a 32G wifi + 3G iPad that can now be used only via wifi???? Rogers is blaming this problem on Apple, and says that Apple is aware of this issue, and "working on it" but this sounds sketchy to me. Have any other iPad owners with a 3G enabled model experienced this issue? Has anybody with another service provider had this issue?