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Canadians’ data usage increased 40% last year, CRTC says

News | 10/26/2016 8:39 pm EDT

Data usage by Canadians on both wireline and wireless networks rose significantly last year, hitting 104 GB per month for residential Internet and almost 1 GB for wireless subscribers, the CRTC said in the second part of its Communications Monitoring Report, released Wednesday.

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