Cogeco Raises Data Caps in Quebec, Ontario

As of April 1, Cogeco Cable (TSX:CCA) is increasing the monthly transfer capacity for all of its high-speed Internet residential packages in Quebec and Ontario.



  • The Express 5 package has been raised from 5 GB per month to 30 GB.


  • The Express 6 package upgrade has been raised from 5 GB to 35 GB.


  • The Express 10 package has been raised from 5 GB to 65 GB.


  • The Turbo 14 package has been raised from 10 GB to 90 GB.


  • The Turbo 20 package has been raised from 25 GB to 125 GB.


  • The Ultimate 40 High Speed Internet package has been raised from 50 GB to 225 GB.


  • The Ultimate 60 High Speed Internet package has been raised from 25 GB to 325 GB.



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