said by Ree:Don't know about your bill but if Rogers was to charge me an overage charge they better damn well PROVE TO ME they did it which they do on the protion "used XXX mb" otherwise how could they justify charging? said by sbrook:
Since there is proof that it was offered, the CCTS will be forced into acting.
But does the bill also show how many gigabytes were transferred during that billing period? (I don't know, I've never seen one.) If it does, then it should definitely be obvious there was a cap in place. But if it doesn't show the usage, then it could be argued that OP just used a consistent amount of bandwidth which resulted in consistent billing amounts.