For the home hub users that are likely not included on the lifted data cap that "Home Internet" users have been gifted. I call it a "shame on you" Rogers for treating the rural folk as second hand citizens.
You realize that the same people that exist in the rural areas that are forced to use the Hub as their " Home Internet " with the measly data cap for exorbitant price per gig are paying for a service also that is "Home Internet".
What's it going to take to give the rural users a break? Extinction?
I spoke with a Rogers rep today and was told that they are giving a $30 reduction for hub users. It is not automatic, you will have to call in and request it. It is a one time only credit, not sure what monthly bill it can be applied on. Seems a bit weird because the bill varies each month depending on usage. Looking on the positive side 30 is better than zero..
Get ready for it! Ontario Government just stated that schools closed till at least May 4th and online virtual classes will be used. Guess what, welcome to your new dilemma with data overages on top of the stress of just being at home online! 30 dollars is probable to 6 gigs over. I'm a compassionate user and I use a minimum of 3 gigs per day. My city counterparts that I've had use data traps to count their usage are well over 30 gigs a day! LOL.