Hey guys, Rogers Wireless is getting a huge negative reaction about their data/voice pricing for the iPhone. Canadians, from what I can tell, are essentially up in arms and boycotting the iPhone and Rogers in Canada over it. Granted, I know there's a big competition/monopoly problem up there, so Rogers is screwing Canadians much more than AT&T could screw us here (especially with the new Samsung phone out, among others that work on different carriers). Should AT&T be worried about their tentative decisions to not include texting and increase data to $30/mo? I realize they are treating the iPhone like a normal 'smartphone' and running pricing in that fashion, but could they start seeing a similar reaction from potential customers once they finalize their pricing? I'm not making any accusations or wild claims... just want to get your opinions . I can afford the new data plan due to a corporate discount, but I wonder if they might make some last minute changes to their pricing (include texting?) after seeing the wholly negative reaction from Rogers customers.