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Class action – Cap to the unlimited Internet Extreme High Speed service as of October 1, 2007

 

On August 21st, 2015, the Honourable Justice Pepita G. Capriolo from the Superior Court of Québec condemned Videotron G.P. in class action no 500-06-000411-070 to pay indemnities to some subscribers regarding the 100 Gb cap applied to the unlimited Internet Extreme High Speed service as of October 1st, 2007.

 

You may be entitled to such damages if, cumulatively:

  1. As of October 1st, 2007, you subscribed to Videotron’s unlimited Internet Extreme High Speed service on a 12 or 24-month contract; and
  2. You concluded or renewed this contract before August 14th, 2007.

 

If you are still subscribed to at least one Videotron service and you are a member of the group, a credit corresponding to the amount of damages you are entitled to was automatically issued into your account.

 

If you subscribed to or renewed your unlimited Internet Extreme High Speed service contract after June 28, 2007 but before August 14, 2007, you are entitled to an additional indemnity of approximately $400 (net of the fees fixed by the court), which was also automatically issued into your account. If you wish to obtain the balance of this amount by check, you may make a request in the way indicated on your last invoice.

 

If you no longer subscribe to any service offered by Videotron and you believe you are a member of the group, please read the notice contained in the following link carefully: Legal Notice (PDF).

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