Canadians Will Be Paying More To Surf The Net Starting Monday

Canadians Will Be Paying More To Surf The Net Starting Monday
Canadians Will Be Paying More To Surf The Net Starting Monday

It’s going to cost you more to surf the web as Canada’s biggest internet service providers are set to increase monthly subscriber prices starting Monday.

Rogers will increase current internet plans by $8 a month starting Monday, while Bell Canada plans to increase their internet rates next month.

Starting in April, Bell Canada subscribers in Ontario will see an increase of $5 a month while subscribers in Quebec will see their monthly subscription rates increase by $3 per month.

For Rogers subscribers with speeds of less than 20 megabytes per second, a smaller increase of $4 per month will apply.

Bell also plans to raise prices on data overage fees to $4 per extra gigabyte, from the current rate of $3 per gigabyte charge.

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