The company, which has 1.6 million internet subscribers — second only to Bell Canada — did not explain the changes and a spokesperson did not have a comment.
The lower usage limits came two days after Netflix announced its plans to enter Canada this fall.
“It’s easier to make money from overage charges because those aren’t really advertised rates. You’re going to make more money from those overages, eventually, than your regular monthly rates,” Lawford said. “It also kind of wrecks [Netflix’s] business model if the cost to the end user goes up after they’ve subscribed and then they cancel it a month later because they can’t afford it.”
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