Global News segment about the upcoming overage fees being forced on to wholesale DSL companies. The CRTC is not protecting consumers from price gouging even when they use alternate DSL providers like TekSavvy.
The real cost per GB of data has been determined to be around $0.01 but Bell wants to charge anywhere from $1.00 to $2.50 per GB, a criminal markup.
ISPs are charging Canadians more to use infrastructure that we subsidized through our tax dollars.
It’s no secret that Bell and Rogers are not only threatened by the small ISP’s, but the arrival of Netflix in Canada will draw many customers away from their pay per view offerings.
Don’t stand by and let big media take away your options.