said by graniterock:
But it's about setting expectations.
And your expectations should be based on MINIMUM guarantees, not potential maximum.
If you look at the Fibe15 description for example, Bell states 10Mbps minimum download and 680kbps minimum upload. Those should be your expectations.
So trying to bring Bell to court based on advertised maximums would likely end with the judge dismissing your case for failing to read the whole package description before signing up because minimum guarantees are clearly present.