Teksavvy Solutions Inc. has announced that it will reinstate its unlimited bandwidth package and upgrade its 200 GB package to 300 GB, effective March 1. The company noted that the CRTC’s review of its usage-based billing decision has put a suspension on the implementation date, previously scheduled for March 1. The change has allowed the company to continue to offer plans with high bandwidth caps. "Because of your support and participation in reaching out to the various MPs and the minister of industry we're pleased to announce that the March 1 UBB implementation date has been suspended indefinitely," the company said in a note to customers on Friday. “We are reinstating the Unlimited package but the 200GB package will be changed... to 300GB!” The note to customers added that savings are resulting from lower costs associated with providers (such as Peer1 and Limelight Networks) outside of its relationship with Bell Canada. In January Teksavvy and other third-party, reseller Internet service providers distributed notes to subscribers announcing that they were eliminating their unlimited usage plans. Teksavvy had offered an unlimited plan or a 200 GB plan. As of March 1 those plans would have had their monthly caps reduced to 25 GB. Quebec third-party ISP Colba.Net also announced Tuesday that, as a result of the CRTC’s review, it will continue to offer unlimited high speed Internet usage to its customers.