Rogers, Bell to raise rates, while Telus ends bundle discount – Canadians’ thirst for fast, reliable internet service has surged in recent years, and so has the amount we’re paying to stay connected.
For many customers, the cost of home internet is about to get even more pricey as the big telecom companies hike rates once again.
“Internet is expensive enough,” said Rogers customer Eric Polsinelli of Oshawa, Ont. “There’s nothing I see on my end that justifies that extra $8.”
On March 12, Rogers will raise prices for all its current internet plans by $8 a month, with the exception of its cheapest package, which will rise by $4 a month.
On April 1, Bell will increase internet prices by $5 a month for customers in Ontario and by $3 a month for Quebecers. In both provinces, charges for exceeding one’s internet data limit will also go up by $1 to $4 per extra gigabyte.
Sophia Harris – CBC News – March 09, 2018.