For those on independent Internet Service Providers, be prepared to cry. Source Open Media Canada Here is some information on the Competition Act in Canada as well: http://www.mccarthy.ca/pubs/antitrus_overview.pdf My Thoughts: This debacle SCREAMS antitrust lawsuit validity. If the independent ISP's have any ounce of common sense, they would band together and take Bell and the CRTC to court and any judge with half a brain would award them a victory. Essentially banning unlimited use plans and making it so that to cheapest service plans have these insanely small data use caps screams a false attempt by Bell to gain more customers, which is a breach of the Competition Act here in Canada. Competition is supposed to be healthy, assuming that people WANT to pay 40+ dollars a month just to have internet access and the features people need, is a joke. This ruins services like Netflix in Canada, and puts a service like Steam in extreme jeopardy. These private internet companies are generally for regions where the major providers don't have access, as well as low income housing and people who can use unlimited bandwidth or a much higher cap at the cost of having a slower speed. No one in their right mind will stick with the current service plans if people are going to be forced into paying far too much for data use.