This means two things for Canadian internet lovers. One, Bell can and most likely will charge their customers by the GB. Two, all of the smaller ISPs that use Bells DSL lines are forced to comply with the changes because they're "stealing bells business". Teksavvy, a great ISP who I am with had a great 5mbps plan with 200gb bandwidth for about $40 a month. Come March my bandwidth will be limited to 25gb. I can get an additional 40Gb extra at $4.75/month. Rogers has not shown any plans to follow this that I know of but they probably will. So if you're Canadian and don't like this at all, please goto http://openmedia.ca/meter and sign the petition. Hell even if youre just Canadian sign the petition. also post it on facebook or twitter to try and spread the word. When I signed it earlier today was at about 80k people, its now at 107k.