I have found on VR headsets they chock bandwidth down on movies people play in the VR rooms, going into Canada from the USA.Frunple said:They probably mean it doesn't include any streaming services. Most plans throw in at least one service these days.
Once you have the internet, you can use it for whatever you want I would think.
It's not like they're gonna block those services.
Sitting in a VR room with 11 other people in the USA, UK, France, Malaysia, whatever and the 1 Gbps up/down source is seen without pixelation by all but me in Canada, at certain times. My d/l is 75Mbps capped and should be fine to display a 3-4mbps video in full resolution. No other VR users from any country I have chatted with seems to get this bandwidth choking.
The major Internet players can detect the packet styles and chock whatever they want. This is one way they control what comes into Canada. Our YouTube and Netflix content is different than content seen in the USA.