This all leads to the idea that Rogers will be getting the next Apple iPhone, although no information on pricing and availability has been released by the Canadian carrier. The carrier was the first in Canada to exclusively offer the Apple iPhone 3G back in 2008. Rogers spokesman Chris Clarke said that it is the carrier's policy not to talk about devices it has yet to announce. The Text? Clarke says that it was made simply to push Rogers National Reservation System. He went on to recommend that Rogers customers sign up at MyRogers to "take advantage of the system when we announce popular devices".
source: iPhoneinCanada via MobileSyrup
Canadian carrier Rogers is using the Apple iPhone to push its new device Reservation System