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# 38539 31-Jul-2009 10:52
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Hi everyone,I would like to find out everone on Bigtime plan  of this forum that how many GB they can download per months

I'm on Bigtime for 2weeks now and have download near to 200GB so far...what about everyone else?How much do/did they download ?Please share it.Thanks

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  # 240878 31-Jul-2009 10:56
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Not that it bothers me, but its this sort of post that gets ISPs going "hmm, we may have to downsize our plans" :-p

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  # 240879 31-Jul-2009 10:56
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This isnt a very good thing to promote.. Its things like this and people with this mentality that ruin these plans, and the internet experience for all of us..
Quick lets see if i can download the whole internets in a month!! Hording to a new level..
*this wasnt a personal attack by the way*


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  # 240880 31-Jul-2009 10:58
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A lot of people are averaging a couple of hundred gigs no trouble.
Someone on GP Forums got well over 1TB

p.s. your account number is still visible in the address bar :P

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  # 240884 31-Jul-2009 11:06
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OmniouS: A lot of people are averaging a couple of hundred gigs no trouble.
Someone on GP Forums got well over 1TB

p.s. your account number is still visible in the address bar :P

Lol...hopefully someone at Telecom didnt see it,otherwise I might get the traffic sharpenCool

removed the photo now.Thanks

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  # 240888 31-Jul-2009 11:24
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Telecom could easily track your usage, (and probably do).
Posting it on this forums wouldn't be telling them anything they don't already know.

I wouldn't be surprised if there was regular reporting to the peeps who are running BB there showing how much has been downloaded and the top 10, 20 50 whatever downloaders and how much they used.

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