They just installed fibre in my area and I have the new cabinet quite literally at the end of my drive, looking on the website 100/50 and unlimited data is $134p/m. Now being on broadband unlimited I know my usage is between 150-350GB per month. At the higher end of 350GB per month will I trip the 'fair use' policy?
I don't want to go through all the hassle of a provider change only to find the plan doesn't do what I want or I get kicked off.
We have no fixed "trigger level" - that would be a cap by another name. We have only ever reduced the bandwidth for P2P services at certain times of day to preserve network performance elsewhere. This and our fair usage policy can be found on the Orcon website.
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Hi all, Just a few quick points to add. We have been offering unlimited or almost a year now. We have kicked exactly 0 people off. We have contacted exactly 0 customers about their use. So, I strongly suspect you'll be fine. :) If you use P2P, you will notice that this slows in the evening - we do this to protect other traffic, but it should rocket along the rest of the time. Cheers all,