I'm not sure about those other providers. However, their business internet is the same as residential is it not? (Service wise, not caps)
We have it installed at our office and so far it's proven to be far more reliable than our previous DSL on our line.
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They don't actually use the word unlimited (or "usage allowance") anywhere amongst their plans ( »www.rogers.com/business/on/en/sm···t/plans/ ) and their service agreement notes 300GB is the cap ( »www.rogers.com/cms/pdf/en/SmallB···ions.pdf ). Having said that, I have read elsewhere it is currently not being implemented, but, whoever wrote that may not know how much is being downloaded in their particular example. Overall, it is oddly unusual how there are no caps mentioned amongst their business plans, while on the residential side, it is fairly prominent.
I also understand one can subscribe to a business plan from a residence (speed permitting); it would seem to make sense on many of the capped residential plans for those of us going over the caps, and getting hit with that obscene $100 overage. But, it's hard to expect anything to be constant and eternal with Rogers. Slight bonus also in that the $4 modem rental fee is part of the business plan.