said by elitefx:Are you smoking crack? The value given for the "unlimited" cap is somewhere between 1 PETABYTE and 1 PEBIBYTE (It looks like they used 1 quadrillion bytes (SI petabyte), and divided by 1024000000 (cross between SI and binary gigabyte) to get the value in gigabytes, which is why the result is somewhere between the 10^15 and 2^50 bytes).
NOW: Granted, this "unlimited" cap on Rogers part means nothing in the short term to anyone. What it does reflect in is the Big picture. This is just another example of Rogers saying one thing and doing another. Unlimited is unlimited, nothing less. Any sort of cap is unacceptable be it enforced or not.