By Lesley HunterTORONTO – Rogers has lowered the GB limits on some of its Internet plans, a move that has sparked speculation about whether it may be linked to the pending arrival of U.S. on-line video service Netflix, or the rumours about Hulu coming to Canada this year.The new lower limits, which came in to effect last week, apply to new customers only. Customers who signed up for the company's ‘Extreme’ package after July 21 are allowed 80 gigabytes of monthly usage, down from 90 for those who were already customers. Those going for the ‘Lite’ service will now get 15 GB, versus 25 GB before. Rogers also...
Rogers decreases download caps
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