Mobile internet Key-more plans please?

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I have an internet key and recently I've been using it more and so my bill has gone way up 😞

I was hoping there could be more plans for heavier usage(over 10GB). I would love to stay with Telus, but I am looking for something less expensive. My options are very limited, it would be great if Telus could add more to their plans, like 15GB or even 20GB, instead of capping it at 10GB and then 0.05$ per MB over. I would love a plan that wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg when I go over 10GB!


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The internet key is the only internet at home right now. As I live in a rural area my choices are limited. I don't watch movies or shows on the internet but I do use it every day. 10gb over a month is somewhere around 300mb/day, which in my case is not a lot since it it's the only internet access I have

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Other options such as satellite or point to point Internet might be more cost effective. Wireless mobility is an expensive way to have fixed internet service.
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10gb is a lot of data. Have you considered supplementing the usage with home wifi/internet, work and public internet facilities?

Also how are you consuming this data? Watching multiple HD movies on the bus?

A warning, some carriers offer unlimited data, it may only be 2g with limited coverage.
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The internet key is the only internet at home right now. As I live in a rural area my choices are limited. I don't watch movies or shows on the internet but I do use it every day. 10gb over a month is somewhere around 300mb/day, which in my case is not a lot since it it's the only internet access I have

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Other options such as satellite or point to point Internet might be more cost effective. Wireless mobility is an expensive way to have fixed internet service.
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