He said carriers around the world are moving to raise or remove data caps in preparation for the launch of 5G networks that will offer far faster download speeds and presage a boost in data use.
Stewart said most major carriers that offer unlimited plans include some limits on data or download speed, calling truly unlimited offers the exception.
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Offer is not available in Quebec or other provinces.The master planning process provides a complete community, development and business plan for Downtown Rogers.In July 2015 the Master Plan and Development Code for the Initiative were adopted by the City Council.If customers, who are also able to pool data from family and friends, need more high-speed data they can buy a “Speed Pass” to add 3 gigabytes for .Rogers also said new lower-cost financing options will be available later this summer.“It’s an unlimited plan, sort of,” said Duncan Stewart, director of technology, media and telecommunications research for Deloitte Canada.“We’ve seen these kinds of unlimited plans in other countries like the U. Telecom industry regulator the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission in February initiated a review of mobile wireless services to assess the choice and affordability available in Canada.“Maybe the industry is trying to get out ahead of the regulator,” said Stewart, suggesting that any federal move to impose a requirement for unlimited plans would be more costly to carriers than voluntary steps.Bell Mobility has matched a cellphone data plan offered by its competitor Rogers on Wednesday.The Downtown Rogers Initiative began as a collaborative effort between the Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce and the City of Rogers, along with other groups and leaders in the community.The City hired the Gateway Planning Team to facilitate this initiative.Read more: Opinion | Jennifer Wells: Canada has a new watchdog for corporate ethics. Analysis | Ellen Roseman: Why your Rogers’ Internet fees can go up even though you’ve signed a contract Analysis | Ellen Roseman: Save money by choosing phone carriers that drop the cost of your device subsidy when it’s paid back“The real question isn’t why Rogers has introduced unlimited plans now, but why they didn’t do it years ago,” said Laura Tribe, executive director of advocacy group Open Media. offerings from major carriers are still lower-priced than Canadian plans, “it’s good to see people here finally recognize the need for unlimited data.” She added that it wouldn’t be surprising to see Bell and Telus follow suit with unlimited plans in the coming months. C.-based Telus would not say whether it has plans to launch an unlimited plan, but in a statement, the company noted that it will launch a promotional plan on Thursday at the same price as the Rogers plan that would offer 10 gigabytes of data, plus a five-gigabite bonus.She added that “it all comes down to a lack of competition” in Canada, where Bell, Rogers and Telus dominate the market. Navdeep Bains, the federal minister responsible for telecom services, at an event in Toronto last week said Canadians pay some of the highest wireless fees in the world and that his government could allow more competition, possibly permitting virtual telecom operators to piggy back on established carriers’ networks, to bring prices down.