|reply to mgamer20o0 |
I'm surprised this option gained popularity in Canada - the black hole of Telecom. According to the Robellus Cartel (the incumbent telcos, controlling 95% of the mobile and Internet markets), 60GB a month is all you need unless you download Linux-kiddie-torrent-porn over the worldwide interwebz. The CRTC (our version of the FCC) wholeheartedly agrees. Since most independent ISP's have to use at least their last mile, the same restrictions cover pretty much every Internet user in this country. By the way, we're also one of the world's leaders in mobile pricing.. The only country that's more expensive than us is Uganda, but we'll catch up to them. The Robellus Cartel is doing a lot of greasing and the people who make decisions there are former Robellus execs.