said by jmck: said by J E F F:
120GB isn't enough for Netflix/Hulu and any sort of restoring misbehaving iDevices.
Yes, and that's done by design so that you don't go cancelling you Rogers TV service unless you're willing to pay quite a bit more.
Since you're on Extreme package, you should really consider switching to a TPIA such as Teksavvy or Start which offer the same speeds but with a 300-400GB cap/month (and currently no means to actually monitor you so technically unlimited). You'll even save $15/month i think or more.
I think I am going to lean that way. I have to make sure I am not on some sort of contract, I know I have 18 months remaining on my cable, but unsure if they even want to keep me, $17/month for VIP cable isn't making them much money.
But damn this internet sucks. I have had issue with my iPhone since the damn iOS6 upgrade, so that has taken about 20GB of bandwidth, downloading damned Windows 8 (twice, one evaluation + one upgrade) was 9 GB, OS X updates (apps) was another 2, so I haven't downloaded a single movie and I am at 40 GB just with damned software updates and crap.
Teksavvy is 300GB, which probably would be pretty close to what I need (since I am thinking 250GB), but if I get rid of cable I'd go for their unlimited.
I don't understand though why they treat Ontario like second class citizens.--
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