(4-Aug-10) High school teacher-in-training Demos Antonopoulos does just about everything over the net, including watching movies, gaming, surfing on his iPhone and downloading music.
So you can imagine Antonopoulos’ relief when he learned a recent tweak in Internet offerings by his service provider won’t apply to him. They will, however, apply to any new customers.
Rogers Communications recently lowered its maximum allowable downloads on two of its six cable Internet packages by 10 and 15 gigabytes, or roughly half a dozen high-definitions movies per month.
It has also recently upped its download speeds. The prices of the affected packages stayed the same.