- It's REALLY upset the torrenters now they have (by the look of it) had to allocate some (not a lot) bandwidth to the torrent plan exclusively.
- The time and cost of making those engineering changes, plus dealing with the upset customers on the helpdesk.
- The goodwill of the customers remaining.
- The cost of losing some customers based on the periods of bad performance and the cost of not getting new customers.
Out of these five points, only the first one makes any sense at all. Xnet have made no attempt to throttle the torrent plan or give it some reduced exclusive bandwidth. That`s just a rumour which is not true.
Before these night-time speed issues started, you were just about the only person that was complaining about the torrent plan, while plenty others were showing their appreciation for it. So you like to browse the internet or play online games after midnight? Then instead of trying to convince all torrent plan customers to leave the plan, why don`t you just realize that Xnet is not for you and find yourself another ISP? The Torrent plan is here to stay, and it will not be pooled. People who do regular time-critical internet activity at night are better off with another ISP. Why are u still with Xnet?