While Telus Mobility has had the HTC Touch for a little while now, one very critical radio that is missing from that package is WiFi. The version of the HTC Touch heading to Rogers Wireless, on the other hand, is fully capable of latching onto WiFi hotspots, giving it a significant advantage over its Telus-powered counterpart.
Outside of the WiFi difference (and the switch from CDMA to GSM), the two touchtastic smartphones are nearly identical. The Rogers take on the HTC Touch comes equipped with Windows Mobile 6, the TouchFLO user interface, and Bluetooth connectivity to keep your hands free while chatting.
Lock yourself to a three-year contract with a Rogers Vision package and you can nab the HTC Touch for $199.99. Alternatively, do the same but with only a one-year contract and the phone will cost you a hefty $400.