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Topic # 121008 20-Jun-2013 20:16
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OK .....Is Vodafone coming to the party as far as unmetered EPL??. Its important!!!

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  Reply # 840595 20-Jun-2013 20:18
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Seriously? There's a 20 page thread discussing EPL..

I guarantee you these offers to unmeter EPL will be back tracked given they're using a CDN



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  Reply # 862733 20-Jul-2013 20:17
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Still doesn't say if its gonna be unmetered

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 862736 20-Jul-2013 20:24
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mackemm63: Still doesn't say if its gonna be unmetered


In which case it's unlikely it will be.

Last I heard they were planning on using Akamai, in which case there is virtually zero chance of it being unmetered. It's not a logical business model for an ISP to spend big $$$ on DPI kit to identify specific traffic from a large CDN just so they can give it away.

Unmetered content is wrong in soooo many ways anyway, but that's an entirely different debate..

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