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Internet providers are suspending data overage fees for home internet

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Although there really aren’t many perks of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we’re making it our personal mission to find them and tell you every one of ’em as they come up. First, we told ya about the early release of Frozen 2 on Disney +. Let’s get a hip hip hooray for that! And now, we’re here with news that you can go ahead and stream as much as you like! Cause Internet providers will not be charging overage fees on data for the next little while!

That’s right! Companies like Rogers, Bell, and Telus have all announced that they’re suspending data limits for home Internet in the wake of the coronavirus. So hey, you may be in self-isolation, but at least you’ve got full unlimited access to the Internet while you’re there!

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Plus, if you’re one of the unlucky customers stuck in a high risk area like China or Italy, Telus and Koodo will be waiving all roaming charges as well.

So how will you be using your unlimited Internet access? Binging some shows on Netflix? Getting up to date with all the latest TikTok trends? Browsing through funny memes all day? Whatever it is, hang tight and keep washing those hands! Now that we’ve got unlimited Internet, we can for sure get through this, Toronto.

Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 concerns, we would like to remind everyone to review the Government of Canada’s online information database. This website will help you stay up to date on what’s going on, how to prepare, and best practices.

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