I am reaching close-ish to 6GB and I still got more than two weeks until the month resets... so how much does it cost when I go over? I can't seem to find this information anywhere.
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So, the first 6GB is half-a-cent per MB. The next 60MB is 50 cents per MB. The next 60MB is 3 cents per MB.
In other words, Fido is charging users not double, not triple, not even ten times, but *one hundred times* the usual rate, for going over the 6GB cap. Then, after 60MB it mysteriously drops to a mere *sixteen times* as expensive as the usual rate.
By having such punitive overage fees, is Fido trying to prevent customers from using its data services? Or simply price-gouging?
Is this overage fee specific to the 6GB plan as opposed to all other data plans? As per Fido's website, it would appear that data overage fees are 3 cents/megabyte for all other data plans. Is this a mistake, and if not, why is the rate drastically different for this plan?
Just curious where I would find these details for what charges are applicable to the specific plan. I've looked extensively on the site and the Manage my plan area and not been successful.
Can you help direct me?