There is more and more talk about two tier internet pricing. Now that crap seems to have made it to Canada. The talk that is, not the actual policies… yet. The way I understand it is that people pay for a certain service and get loads of bandwith for it. Now that we are actually using a lot of it, they (the ISPs) don’t like the deal anymore and want to make changes.
In other words, sure Videotron can give 4Gb (or however much it is) of download to anyone for, what, 30$ a month? They’re fine with it while it’s only marketing and most people use a tenth of it. But comes a time where more and more people use what they pay for and they don’t like the deal anymore, time to charge differently ‘cause the deal they were giving isn’t just bullshit anymore, it’s actual usage.
Or am I missing something?