One source suggested the price being paid by the networks "is going to hurt."
Currently, Rogers is the the only GSM carrier in Canada and consequently has used their position to price gouge customers. The situation has got so bad that recently the Canadian government auctioned off some cellular spectrum to allow for a new carrier to enter the market. The new carrier, Global Wireless, is set to launch in the 4th quarter of this year.
If Telus and Bell also are ready with their HSPA network by the fall it could mean some serious trouble to Rogers. With four carriers offering the iPhone prices will hopefully fall to a more reasonable rate and dissatisfied customers will finally be able to leave Rogers/Fido behind.