wheel - 6:46 pm on Feb 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
First of all most people that have DSL in Canada are either using the monopoly, or resellers. There's no effective DSL supplier that isn't affected by this ruling. For all intents and purposes, if you have DSL in Canada it's against the law to have unlimited bandwidth plans.
Secondly,don't be too happy about cogeco. Seems like they're getting in on the fun too. To quote another group I belong to:
If you read the ruling, Rogers and Cogeco are listed, so UBB will be coming
to them eventually as well.
SO yes, cogegco too. And rogers. Did we forget anybody?
Atria probably doesn't apply because they don't realistically do consumer level coverage. They feed businesses, and not even most of them. That's high end stuff, not for your local bookstore.
<dire straits> I want my Net TV! </ dire straits>