Bell, Rogers, other telecoms remove internet data caps amid COVID-19

TORONTO — As Canadians grapple with a growing list of cancellations, closures and travel restrictions, several Canadian telecom companies are temporarily removing overage fees on home internet plans amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

In a statement issued Saturday, Bell Canada, which owns CTV News, announced it will waive any additional usage fees for residential internet customers, including Bell Aliant, Bell MTS and Virgin Home Internet services, until the end of April.

“Any overage fees will be waived automatically, so customers don’t need to make any changes to their accounts,” the company said.

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