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Simian Turner said:Moe, not sure if your are being sarcastic? I would think that your internet usage (data requirement) should certainly decrease and the number of tvs that you can watch at one time should go down as well. If it is a two person household and one person is on IR then in theory the decrease should be 50%.
PMedMoe said:I'm not being sarcastic (yes, I know, shocking).
If my cable/internet/phone package at my primary residence costs X amount of dollars, that amount isn't going to be lower because one less person is using the internet or cable. Data usage perhaps, but not the basic bill. For example, in Toronto, my package was about $70/month. That amount didn't decrease when I was away from home.
Maybe I'm not getting what you're saying. :dunno:
Yup, same for most. People's bill is determined by the package they selected when they signed up for said service. The same amount will be due each month regardless of whether customer utilized full allowable service (x amount of GBs, unlimited, etc.) or not. The bill will change if customer exceeds package amount, but it certainly doesn't drop if the maximum isn't used. If there's such a plan that exists in the reverse, or even one that allows carry-over of amounts not used from month before, I've never heard of such a set-up.