Rogers Cable provides internet access, cable and wireless services. Rogers has a "cable" monopoly in Toronto granted by the government. There is no competition and Rogers takes full advantage by implimenting a unilateral change to its internet service agreement by initiating download caps and usage fees for exceeding the limit. Rogers reason on the surface is that high volume users negatively effect casual users and that it requires technological upgrades to maintain capacity. When I subscribed, a few years ago, the contract I signed stated that rogers would provide internet service at the prescribed level, however it makes no mention of a limit whatsoever. Rogers "limit" is a cash grab and Rogers cannot justify its' already high internet access fees. I submit respectfully that Rogers has broken its contract and without a new signed contract, has no right to charge additional fees, which have not been agreed.
If anyone else in Toronto or elsewhere would be interested in a "class action", I know a lawyer who may take this issue to court.