I came upon this obscure little known law in Canada whereas a provider cannot bill you for more than double the amount of your contract. i.e. If my home internet has a limit of 150GB for $50 p/month and each extra GB is $2, they can't charge me more than $100 total even if I use 500GB that month. This got me thinking. I have an LTE plan for my iPad with speeds way exceeding even my home internet (40mbps down, 25mbps up!). My iPad plan is $35 for 5GB. If this law applies here, I could disconnect my home internet and use my iPad as a router for my MacBookPro and AppleTV. I could use as much data as I want and they couldn't charge me over $70 per month. Thoughts?