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Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Rogers raises bandwidth cap to 100Gigs

Dirty Rogers raised their monthly bandwidth cap by 40 additional gigabytes to 100 (up from 60). Ever since I learned that they had a bandwidth cap I've been trying to download exactly that much, even though normally I'm way under the cap, just to teach them a lesson (in manners).

Take that Rogers!!!


  • At 1:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Where is this information officially available as currently they are still advertising 60Gigs:

  • At 4:20 PM, Blogger GD Member said…

    I have the Extreme High Speed package. maybe it's just for those users. When I log in to check my usage, it says 100GB offered now instead of 60GB.

  • At 2:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I’m the same. I am averaging about 30GB/month which is half of the 60 that I am allowed (the next lowest Internet plan is about 1/10 the speed). Since I am paying a ridiculously high rate, (and since they stopped providing a free—really old—movie per month for VIP accounts), I am now trying to hammer the Internet account as much as possible, to suck every last drop of usage that I can so that I can make the most of what I am paying.

    (A little research shows that when it comes to Internet access, North Americans are paying much higher prices for much lower speeds than a lot of other countries who pay little for incredible speeds and bandwidth.)


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