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Just when we thought the Rogers Magic was out of the spotlight, Rogers has rebranded it as the Magic+. So what does that + bring? Reports are that it's basically the same, with the new Sense UI with multitouch to the device.

Yeah, it's not the new Sense, but it's Sense nonetheless. Oh, yeah, and reportedly the Magic+ will be receiving its own 2.1 update toward the middle of the year. With the addition of Sense UI and the hopes of 2.1 on the horizon, for $79.99 it seems like a pretty good deal. [MobileSyrup]


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Rogers rebrands the Magic as Magic+


I'm thinking of getting an AT&T Nexus One from Google.
I'm in Canada, and will be using the Rogers network.
As I have never owned a smartphone, I need to know whether or not you need a data plan, as well as a talk&text plan, or simply instead.