You can run but you can’t hide from internet price hikes. That’s what Sean Barry in Powell River, B.C., learned after leaving his provider, Shaw, following a couple of price increases.
He switched to competitor Telus in September only to discover that the cost of his current Telus internet plan is also going up — by $5 a month.
Beginning on Feb. 25, Telus will hike rates on internet plans by $2 to $5 a month.
On Feb. 1, Bell will raise internet prices by $5 a month for Bell Aliant customers in Atlantic Canada. In Ontario and Quebec, the telco is hiking various internet plans by up to $6 a month as of March 1.
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