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Topic # 113607 22-Jan-2013 11:05
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As requested here is the list we're working off in terms of limiting technologies to 128k for our no data pack pack. How much you ask? $35 per month.

Please note, this list will change at Flip's sole discretion. 

While we'll try to keep this up to date, bottom line is that this pack is designed for streaming, browsing, gaming and internet calling - say within that and you'll be always at full speed.

To be absolutely clear, it's not for large downloading/leeching. 
  • 0zz0
  • 2Shared.Browse.Upload.File
  • 2Shared.Search.Download.File
  • 4shared
  • 9PTV
  • 51.Com_Webdisk
  • 100Bao
  • ABC
  • ASProxy
  • Adobe.Flash.Proxy.Auto.Discovery
  • Adobe.Sendnow
  • Air.Proxy
  • AllMusic
  • Anatomic
  • Apollon
  • Applejuice
  • Arctic.Torrent
  • Ares
  • Ares_Chat.Join
  • Aspera.File.Transfer
  • Autobahn.Accelerator
  • Axifile
  • Azureus
  • BTJunki
  • Badongo
  • Baidu.Xiaba
  • Bbcp
  • Bearshare
  • Bigupload
  • BitLord
  • BitTorrent
  • BitTorrent.Download
  • BitTyrant
  • Bitcomet.HTTP.Seed
  • Blubster
  • Bonpoo
  • Boxnet
  • Boxnet_Edit
  • Boxnet_Upload
  • Burst!
  • Bypass
  • CGIProxy
  • CTorrent
  • Cabos
  • Camo.Proxy
  • Circumventor
  • Clip2net
  • Clubbox
  • CyberGhost.VPN
  • CzDC
  • DC++
  • DNS2TCP
  • Depositfiles
  • Digidelivery
  • Diino
  • Direct.Connect
  • Divshare
  • Dl.Free
  • Docstoc
  • Docstoc_Upload
  • Download.Accelerator.Plus
  • Drop.Io
  • Dropboks
  • DuDu.Download.Accelerator
  • Easyshare
  • Eatlime
  • Esnips
  • ExtraTorrent
  • Ezpeer
  • Fast.Tudou
  • FastTV
  • Feidian
  • Fetch.Io
  • File.Host
  • FileFactory
  • FileGuri
  • Filedropper
  • Fileflyer
  • Filemail
  • Filer.Cx
  • Files.To
  • Filesend
  • Fileserve
  • Filesonic
  • Filestube
  • FlashGet
  • Fluxiom
  • Foldershare
  • FreakShare
  • Free.File.Works
  • Freegate.Searching
  • FrostWire
  • Frozenway
  • Fufox
  • Furthurnet
  • Fuze.Meeting_File.Transfer
  • G.Ho.St
  • G3.Torrent
  • GNU.HTTPTunnel
  • GNUnet
  • GTKG
  • GTunnel
  • GTunnel.In.GTalk
  • Ghostsurf
  • Gigaup
  • Glype
  • Gnutella
  • Goagent
  • Goboogy
  • GogoClient
  • Gpass
  • Gridftp
  • HTTP.Tunnel
  • Heatfountain
  • Homepipe
  • Hopster
  • Hosproxy
  • Hotfile
  • Hotline
  • Hotspot.Shield
  • Huntmine
  • Ifile.It
  • Imesh
  • Issuu
  • Issuu_Upload
  • Jap
  • JonDo
  • Jubii
  • Jxta
  • KCeasy
  • KKBox
  • KaZaa
  • Kazaa.GET
  • Konspire2b
  • LaunchWebs
  • Leapfile
  • Live.Mesh.Sync
  • Lphant
  • MLDonkey
  • Manolito
  • Mediafire
  • Mediamax
  • Meebo.Repeater
  • Megashare
  • Megashares
  • Megaupload
  • Mendeley
  • MeteorNetTV
  • Mipony
  • MooPolice
  • Mute
  • Mutella
  • Mydownloader
  • Nakido.Flag
  • NamiRobot.Download
  • NamiRobot.Upload
  • Namipan
  • Namipan_Upload
  • Naver.Ndrive
  • Netload.In
  • Octoshape
  • Office.Live
  • Okurin
  • Omnidrive
  • OnlineFileFolder
  • Openomy
  • P2P.LimeWire.Gnutella
  • PP
  • PPMate
  • PPStream
  • PPTV
  • PPlive.Accelerator
  • PacketiX
  • Pando
  • Paradial.RealTunnel
  • Pdbox
  • Pdpop
  • Peer2me
  • Peerguardian
  • Phex
  • Pichat
  • Piolet
  • Pipi.Player
  • Poco
  • Proxy.HTTP
  • Proxy.websites
  • Pruna
  • Psiphon3
  • Puff
  • Putlocker
  • QQ.Download
  • QQLive
  • QVoD
  • Qiyi.Yingyin
  • Rapidshare
  • Rayfile
  • Raysource
  • RealLink
  • Reduh
  • RevConnect
  • Rufus
  • SOCKS4
  • SOCKS5
  • Scribd
  • Scribd_Upload
  • SecurityKiss
  • Sendoid
  • Sendspace
  • Sendspace_Invite.Friends
  • Sendspace_Share.File
  • Share
  • ShareFile
  • Shareaza
  • Sharebase.To
  • Simpleupload
  • Simurgh.e-Sabz
  • Sina.TV
  • Sina.WebTV
  • Skyfire
  • Socks2HTTP
  • SoftEther
  • Sooyuu
  • Sopcast
  • Soribada
  • Soulseek
  • Spotflux
  • Stealth.Net
  • Steekr
  • Storage.To
  • StrongDC
  • Suresome
  • TCP.Over.DNS
  • TTPlayer
  • TVUPlayer
  • Telex
  • Thunder
  • TinyProxy
  • Tor
  • Tor2web
  • TorrentSpy
  • Totoexpress
  • Totorasa
  • Totorosa
  • Transferbigfiles
  • Trin00
  • Tsunami
  • Tudou.Speedup
  • TunnelBear
  • Tunnelier
  • Tuotu
  • Turboshare
  • Turboupload
  • Ultrasurf
  • Ultrasurf.9.6+
  • Uploading
  • Usejump
  • VeryCD
  • Vsee
  • Vtunnel.Web.Proxy
  • Watchdox
  • WebFreer
  • Webhard
  • Wetransfer
  • WinNY
  • Winmx
  • Winny.Communication
  • Wixi
  • Woofile
  • Wuala
  • XBBrowser
  • Xunlei.Kankan
  • Your.Freedom
  • Yourfilehost
  • Zamzar
  • Zelune
  • Zultrax
  • eDonkey
  • eMule
  • iodine
  • ip-shield




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  Reply # 748698 22-Jan-2013 11:11
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Good to have some transparency, but a couple of questions:
  • Zoho? Those are business tools, why would that be limited? 
  • Hamachi? I know of some businesses using that as VPN (I use Hamachi to network all Geekzone servers for example, a lot simpler than creating an OpenVPN server to connect the nodes). 






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  Reply # 748701 22-Jan-2013 11:19
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freitasm: Good to have some transparency, but a couple of questions:
  • Zoho? Those are business tools, why would that be limited? 
  • Hamachi? I know of some businesses using that as VPN (I use Hamachi to network all Geekzone servers for example, a lot simpler than creating an OpenVPN server to connect the nodes). 


Thanks for the feedback.

Zoho shouldnt be there, we're removing now.

Hamachi can be used to tunnel/hide p2p. Would need a lot of demand to remove that from the list unfortunately. 




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  Reply # 748709 22-Jan-2013 11:43
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"Megaupload"


lol.

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  Reply # 748718 22-Jan-2013 12:05
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I don't think Microsoft Skydrive should be on that list either- - 'why has my hotmail stopped working ?'



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  Reply # 748720 22-Jan-2013 12:12
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jonb: I don't think Microsoft Skydrive should be on that list either- - 'why has my hotmail stopped working ?'


Thanks. Removed that now. 

This is why I post these things :) 




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  Reply # 748726 22-Jan-2013 12:28
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I was just wondering, dont see anything in that list related to Usenet, is there a technical reason for that? or just not a concern ?

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  Reply # 748728 22-Jan-2013 12:29
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ScottHoogerbrug:
freitasm: Good to have some transparency, but a couple of questions:
  • Zoho? Those are business tools, why would that be limited? 
  • Hamachi? I know of some businesses using that as VPN (I use Hamachi to network all Geekzone servers for example, a lot simpler than creating an OpenVPN server to connect the nodes). 


Thanks for the feedback.

Zoho shouldnt be there, we're removing now.

Hamachi can be used to tunnel/hide p2p. Would need a lot of demand to remove that from the list unfortunately. 


since your aiming this at gaming, hamachi is used quiet often for lan games over the internet.. alot more than any sort of tunneling..

with blocking a lot of P2P and filelockers, some gamming could be rather iffy.. more so a problem when you get into any form of third party mods however...


lack of FTP limitations there make it perfect for ftping data from seedboxes ;)




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  Reply # 748730 22-Jan-2013 12:36
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dan: I was just wondering, dont see anything in that list related to Usenet, is there a technical reason for that? or just not a concern ?


Not really a concern. 




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  Reply # 748732 22-Jan-2013 12:38
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hio77:
ScottHoogerbrug:
freitasm: Good to have some transparency, but a couple of questions:
  • Zoho? Those are business tools, why would that be limited? 
  • Hamachi? I know of some businesses using that as VPN (I use Hamachi to network all Geekzone servers for example, a lot simpler than creating an OpenVPN server to connect the nodes). 


Thanks for the feedback.

Zoho shouldnt be there, we're removing now.

Hamachi can be used to tunnel/hide p2p. Would need a lot of demand to remove that from the list unfortunately. 


since your aiming this at gaming, hamachi is used quiet often for lan games over the internet.. alot more than any sort of tunneling..

with blocking a lot of P2P and filelockers, some gamming could be rather iffy.. more so a problem when you get into any form of third party mods however...


lack of FTP limitations there make it perfect for ftping data from seedboxes ;)


Spoke further on this to our head of technology and we're going to let Hamachi operate at full speed.

Obviously with all this we'll be watching closely for abuse etc.




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  Reply # 748751 22-Jan-2013 13:19
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I also think it's strange Skydrive, Cubby, Zumodrive are in the list while Google Drive and Dropbox are not.

If nothing I think Microsoft has a pretty good grip on Skydrive content and it's not widely used for illegal content distribution as other services.







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  Reply # 748828 22-Jan-2013 14:35
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freitasm: I also think it's strange Skydrive, Cubby, Zumodrive are in the list while Google Drive and Dropbox are not.

If nothing I think Microsoft has a pretty good grip on Skydrive content and it's not widely used for illegal content distribution as other services.



Yup, we've removed Skydrive. And yes Cuddy looks ok so has been removed.

Zumodrive appears to be no longer with us.




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  Reply # 748915 22-Jan-2013 15:39
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Oh yes, Zumodrive is gone, good point.

I have crossed out these services from your list in the post.

Even though I am not a Flip user, thanks for listening to the comments and acting on that.






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  Reply # 748967 22-Jan-2013 16:27
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freitasm: Oh yes, Zumodrive is gone, good point.

I have crossed out these services from your list in the post.

Even though I am not a Flip user, thanks for listening to the comments and acting on that.


Cool.

No problem re listening and acting. The feedback here is really useful, a lot of the product definition of the no cap pack is the direct result of geekzone. 




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  Reply # 749348 23-Jan-2013 09:55
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When can we sign up for this plan? Would like to do that asap.



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  Reply # 749349 23-Jan-2013 09:57
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extremerigman: When can we sign up for this plan? Would like to do that asap.


Aiming to have this live on Monday - will post here to confirm.




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