MONTREAL – Videotron extreme high-speed internet customers may soon receive a rebate from the company.
Videotron has been ordered to pay at least $1.2 million to clients of their high-speed internet service after a class-action lawsuit was launched against the company in 2011.
Videotron implied that its extreme high-speed service allowed unlimited downloading, but the company imposed a 100 gigabyte limit soon after the original plaintiff signed his contract.
Anything over that limit cost $1.50 per gigabyte.
Videotron said it is reviewing the decision.
The company has 30 days to decide whether it will appeal or not.
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