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.
"During times of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act."