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    not me.. cause they don't enforce that rule
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    Yes it is NTL, if you don't like it, simply move ISP, besides, UK Cable Broadband is crap, xDSL is the better alternative.

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    Originally posted by zack@27 September 2003 - 14:27
    opps i got the wrong provider.
    i thought it was them.
    what company was it then?
    yes sorry it was ntl.. but don't worry.. i got over the limit everyday and they just care really.. (atm)
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    I'm not too sure whether the limit is a good or bad thing (how easy is it to go over 1 gig with a 600K connection?) but I do know NTL were having problems here with peoples cable connections slowing really badly (and sometimes stopping altogether) and I guess the cap is to stop stuff like that

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    Originally posted by SeK612@27 September 2003 - 11:03
    I'm not too sure whether the limit is a good or bad thing (how easy is it to go over 1 gig with a 600K connection?) but I do know NTL were having problems here with peoples cable connections slowing really badly (and sometimes stopping altogether) and I guess the cap is to stop stuff like that
    You could have a 128K connection and still get just over 1 GB download a day.

    14 KB/sec all day straight = 1.15 GB

    Back when I only had 128K upload bandwidth, I was uploading 1 GB/day barely.

    So if you're connected to even so-so BitTorrents for 2 movies, you'd EASILY top 1 GB/day with a 600K connection.

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