These days you need unlimited data if you don't want to be restricting your every move and strictly monitoring your family's Internet use. I was on a 200 Gig plan when my ISP (not Rogers) "upgraded" me to a cheaper, faster plan that was only 100 Gigs. I saw right away that I'd be going over and got that upgraded to an unlimited plan. You can't fight it unless you severely limit your Internet use.
Just curious if you ever got this resolved and if the program you installed worked. I just got a hub last week and I see my usage is a lot higher than it should be! I was just told by cs rep that the hub uses more data than another form of internet would - I asked why and she didn't know. How does that work?!? So they just get to charge you more than you use? I'm thinking of taking it back.