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DanteX

join:2010-09-09
kudos:1
reply to Foggy

Re: [BC] Today - usage cut in half - 28 Days Later a $5 increase

Remember when Telus bumped up the caps a few years back?

»Telus Bumps Usage Caps In Response to Shaw

•The cap for Optik High Speed Turbo / High Speed Turbo 25, is increasing from 250GB to 500GB
•The cap for Optik High Speed / High Speed Turbo is increasing from 125GB to 250GB
•The cap for the standard "High Speed" tier is increasing from 75GB to 150GB
•The cap for "High Speed Lite" is increasing from 13GB now 30GB

Now they are rolling it back

And Pfak $15/100 or 75/1tb for overages thats still too steep considering the price per gb is what 0.0001 and falling?


Exand

join:2001-10-28
Canada
said by DanteX:

Remember when Telus bumped up the caps a few years back?

One step forward, two steps back.

DanteX

join:2010-09-09
kudos:1
I have been thinking , to sign up for services with most ISPS these days you need to do a credit check which pretty much lets the ISP look into your personal and financial life. Well how about this if the ISP wants to sell a service to the public we should be able to know what the true costs of the services are and know exactly how what and why we are paying for.


TedBear

@telus.com
reply to Exand
What's sad is that Telus could care less about us complaining and venting on a forum.

They know they the have us by the short and curlys. and that we have no choice but to cough up x-amount pet month if we want service.

They know that today's North American society is dependant on internet services, so the ISP's take advantage of that and force the routine price increases down our throats.

Maximize your profits regardless off all the negative flack you receive.
Expand your moderator at work

tired

join:2010-12-12
Reviews:
·TekSavvy Cable
reply to TedBear

Re: [BC] Today - usage cut in half - 28 Days Later a $5 increase

said by TedBear :

What's sad is that Telus could care less about us complaining and venting on a forum.

They know they the have us by the short and curlys. and that we have no choice but to cough up x-amount pet month if we want service.

That's where they're wrong. See »openmedia.ca/switch

You have options.


South_of_22

join:2009-03-23
said by tired:

That's where they're wrong. See »openmedia.ca/switch

You have options.

Nucleus seems promising off of that list.
DSL 50/10. 550gb per month. $79.95

Only $2 more than Telus, but 150gigs more bandwidth allowance per month.

Will be checking them out during business/sales hours