Yup, you read that right Canadians (well those that are serviced by Rogers anyway). Starting in April your Rogers Internet bill will indicate how much you've used of that months monthly internet allowance. You will be charged for any additional GBs you used, but they will be credited automatically for the 1st 3 months to help you choose a different service level to suit your needs. So starting in June, if you go over your monthly internet allowance you may have to pay between $1.25 to $5.00 per additional GB over your allowance (additional cost based on your plan). Here's the breakdown if you haven't gotten your letter in the mail yet. Service Level - Allowance - Additional Charge/GB Extreme Plus - 95GB - $1.25/GB Extreme - 95GB - $1.50/GB Express - 60GB - $2.00/GB Lite - 25GB - $2.50/GB Ultra Lite - 2GB - $5.00/GB So for example, if you're on Express you have 60GB to use for internet activity (that's both sending and recieving data). If you go over your allowance, you would have to pay your regular monthly subscriber rate, plus $2.00 per additional GB, until you reach $25.00. Not sure if all plans are like that (being limited to $25) its just what Rogers sent me since I'm on the Express Service Level. You can learn more at www.rogers.com/keepingpace and you can monitor your monthly allowance at www.rogers.com (you will need to register and link your account to your profile). This will probably suck for those who download a lot of TV shows and play online games (PS2/3, XBox/360,Wii) or even download content for their consoles.