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Lesaonar

join:2000-07-25
Victoria, BC
reply to bklass

Re: Should be Deleted

Bump up is not UBB. UBB is a overage cost per unit (usually GB). Bump up is not a per unit charge, you pay the difference between your current tier and the one above it and gain the benefits of increased caps/speed at a minimal cost. UBB was never implemented so no-one has been charged $$$ under the UBB scheme.

The OP was never charged anything under the UBB, as claimed, because it doesn't exist.
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bklass
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join:2012-02-06
Canada
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Wow. Just, wow. The 2011 UBB decision related to what incumbents could charge to wholesale providers. The CRTC does not regulate retail rates. All major carriers have data caps, hence usage based billing DOES exist and almost all plans offered by major carriers have UBB. Some may or may not charge but "Bump Up" definitely is UBB since if you USE more data you are BILLED more for that use.

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