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Old May 22, 2009, 10:43 AM
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and how about the 1.50$ per GB they charge after you go over and there is no max from what i can find. thank but no thank my internet bills would be over 1000$ a month easy. think i will stick with my 100$ bill thank. from what i have read go with teksavvy before you go to videotron. sorry just with no max cap they would never get my money.
( this kills it period ** $1.50 per additional gigabyte. No fees limit.)
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Old May 22, 2009, 12:10 PM
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Well actually it's 7.95$ per GB is if you have the 30GB plan. But, I don't do that much downloading so it's alright... It was cool when I had unlimited though. But hey 30MBPS and 50MBPS are available in my region! Not even the island of Montreal has it, but a shitty city like Rigaud has it!


But only 70GB download/upload so it's dangerous...
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