NegaDeath wrote on Jul 12, 2012, 19:38: Meanwhile up here in Canada I've got a 60GB/month limit and if you go over they don't charge you extra but drop your connection down to the pathetic "light" package for a couple weeks. We USED to be advanced in our communication networks. But as usual leave it to government to allow abusive monopolies to f everything up.
I pay $30 per month for unlimited 5Mbps DSL for an extra $10 I can get 12Mbps unlimited but I don't need it. You just need to shop around a little more. However, I do agree there isn't remotely enough competition in Canada.
"We choose the right to be who we are. We know the difference between the reality of freedom and the illusion of freedom."