It's not really in conflict, its just burying the information deep within to try and downplay it.
If you've been living under a rock you might not know that Bell has been taking a beating in terms of this UBB fiasco, government has had to get involved, Bell today just unveiled their new UBB 2.0, with a fancy new name and smell to make you think its different, called "Aggregated Volume Pricing". How this will affect Bell's own customer's isn't clear yet.
No it is totally a conflict. Used the chat option and they said the $1 per gb after 300gb applies. Lower level tech on the phone said the same thing. Then got transfered to retention/customer loyalty who said it doesn't apply. He claims to have made a note on my account about this but who knows.
I've learned to never trust anything a Bell CSR says, especially in regards to pricing. When the final bill arrives they are often wrong, usually to your detriment .
I think this has been said elsewhere but let's see how the new UBB pricing affects heavy users. A $30 to $60 jump is bad enough, but how about a family with a couple of teenagers that racks up 600GB. That's now a $30 to $360 jump or about 1200%. There is no way you can prove to me it is justified.
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