Getting connected online is becoming more costly for some Canadians. Bell, Rogers and Telus are all hiking rates for select home internet plans this year.
“Here we go again — they’ve got their hand in my pocket,” says Toronto Bell customer Larry McLean about his latest price increase. “We’re paying too much.”
The hikes come on the heels of a CRTC ruling declaring broadband internet a basic and vital service that all Canadians should be able to access.