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If you also have Rogers cable internet, they are likely trying to get you to commit to a long-term contract. The recent publicity about usage-based billing has made more people aware that there are alternatives to Bell and Rogers and they probably want to stop the flow of defectors.

I got a call from Rogers a few days ago offering to upgrade my usage caps and speed, based on the fact that I had exceeded my 95 GB limit several times in the past few months. I told them in no uncertain terms that: a) I already owned a modem and had no desire to rent a new one (even for "free"); b) I was quite happy with the 10 Mbps downloads that I currently have and saw no need for extra speed; and c) because of their outrageous overage fees, I fully intended to switch to Teksavvy internet once it's available in my area.

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