lgn1 - 8:27 pm on Feb 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
I think what got most people upset, was that Rogers actually dropped the bandwidth cap.
Fortunately in Atlantic Canada, they have Bell Aliant, which never integrated with Bell, and we have no bandwidth cap, but I hear rumors that they may send you a notice to cut back if you go over 250Gb a month.
This is a good thing. Due to the miracle of virtual credit cards, VPN, dd-wrt routers, and a WD digital media streamer, I have bypass all this Geo-discrimination crap, and can get the American Netflix and Hulu on my TV here in Canada.
Although, I don't watch that many movies, it great to have a huge selection of movies, and practically every TV show ever made, available on demand. With bell expressvu charging $7 a movie, the netflix and VPN pays for itself if I just watch 3 movies a month.