crazed: Looking at whats offered, I would tend to go with the following.
- $29.95pm 256Kb/128kb Unlimited with 25Gb softcap. (Go over the softcap twice in 6 months and be automatically upgraded to 30Gb plan)
- $49.95pm FS/FS 30GB $2 per GB Over Cap Or 64Kbps Cap
- $79.95pm FS/FS 60GB $2 per GB Over Cap Or 64Kbps Cap
- $99.95pm FS/FS 80GB $2 per GB Over Cap Or 64Kbps Cap
Only flaw with this is that people dont want to rack up huge phone / broadband bills , going over data. Nor do they want to spend heaps of money on a premium connection.
There needs to be some kind of plan, targeted at general internet use for the average household ( not p2p or mass downloading purposes ) , that will be capable of running games, email , and streaming video, & ensure users will get a better than dial up speed ( including crap 64kbps ).
It would need to let the user know that they shouldnt expect flash speeds. But speed enough to perform general family based internet activities, and will get a unlimited / large data cap.
All for a monthly fee with no extra charges.
The creators of big time & go large probably had the idea in mind that the plan would target households needing more data but not necessarily needing the " higher speeds " of a premium capped connection. Im guessing this hasnt quite played out how they expected & the staff managing / creating the plan didnt think it all through @ the beginning, ending us in this ordeal.
- My Guestimate anyway.