I have a plan with 1GB of data and an extra $5/250MB after that. I will be away from home for a few weeks in a location with no internet. I plan on using my phone to do all my web browsing, and for entertainment like Netflix. The CRTC implemented a cap of $50 a month on data overages per billing cycle. Can I use my cell phone as a temporary replacement for my internet connection and is the maximum that Koodo can charge for that $50? Assuming I use 3.5GB of data (1GB from plan and 2.5GB extra for $50 of overages): Will my next bill simply be an extra $50 dollars or is there some way around the CRTC rules which allows phone companies to charge more? Will I be able to exceed 3.5GB of data in a month on my phone or can Koodo cut my internet connection off at some point? Does Koodo throttle cell phone internet connections if I use more than X amount of data?