Rogers Communications Inc. is upgrading its Internet plans to higher speeds and data caps, the company announced Wednesday. The download speeds of its Express plan will increase from up to 12 Mbps to up to 18 Mbps and the monthly data cap will increase from 60 GB to 70 GB, the company said in a release. Rogers' Extreme plan will increase its download speeds from up to 24 Mbps to up to 28 Mbps and the data cap will increase from 100 GB to 120 GB. The increases apply to customers using Rogers DOCSIS 3.0 cable technology. "The ways Canadians are using the Internet are changing dramatically and we are constantly reviewing our plans and policies to ensure they deliver the best possible customer experience that lines up with evolving needs and usage patterns," John Boynton, executive vice-president and chief marketing officer of Rogers, said in a statement. The upgrade will begin with the Express plan on Jan. 26 for existing customers and will continue over the following weeks, Rogers said. New customers can get the download speeds upgrade starting Feb. 21. Increased data allowance will begin March 8 for existing and new customers.