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VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - It's a plan that has drawn condemnation from web-surfers and online gamers all over BC. This morning, there is word Shaw Communications is going to move forward with usage-based billing.
OpenMedia.ca has posted a recording of a conference call between shareholders and top executives at Shaw that apparently took place April 13th.
The non-profit advocacy group says in the recording, Shaw admits it plans to go ahead with internet metering. "Our customers have said they are willing to pay more for a higher quality of service," says CEO Bradley S. Shaw.
One shareholder asked if this would happen this year. "We are certainly going to clarify our pricing and packaging plans probably in the late spring, probably late May or early June," he added.
"Our customers have said they are willing to pay more for a higher quality of service," says CEO Bradley S. Shaw.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by CanadianDream420
Same with my Aliant Fios internet.
And it's 30 up 30 down as well, it's incredibly fast. UBB billing will never work out for them with Telus and Aliant and soon Rogers providing house to house fiber.
There's no point in capping fiber on anybody, it's just silly.