freitasm:lchiu7: Out of interest how is all this streaming affecting your caps? I have a 90GB plan with TCL at the moment but with all this streaming and long Skype video calls with my daughter in the US that's getting hammered.
Might have to look at moving to a provider who has better plans.
We only watch one or two episodes a week, so on a 120GB this is the least of our concerns.
Not you directly, but in general it always surprises me though people who can go over 100GB by downloading content... Where can people find time to watch all this digital bits they are hoarding? Or is our family the only one that spends less than six hours a week in front of TV?
When you have 2-3 users in the house doing Youtube a fair bit and then with Netflix and Hulu streaming, it doesn't take too long. Then I have a SIP phone connected to US provider and make a fair few calls to the US on it as well as receiving calls. I don't know precisely what data phone calls use but it all adds up. Then there's Skype video.
As for TV about the only TV we watch is the news in the morning and at 6pm. It might be on as background some of the time and then on Food TV. We watch hardly any episodic TV and if we do (but this doesn't of course impact our data cap) it's recorded and watched later.