Anyway, Sbiddle, it`s not that simple. First we wanna be sure what is really going on. Are Xnet limiting the Torrent plan`s bandwidth, or have they just been oversubscribed? Limiting the plan`s bandwidth would be against any commercial law in the universe. We are not all leechers, we just choose to do most of our internet traffic during the night, and so we help other users to more bandwidth during peak times. We are paying customers just like people on the regular Fusion plan, we cannot be discriminated against. If they wanna adjust their plans, cancel the Torrent plan or whatever, then let them do so. But tell us what`s going on.
I started off with the regular Fusion plan. I was going to play online games, watch videos etc, never thought about downloading lots of stuff. But the peak time speeds were so useless that I decided to move to the torrent plan and completely change my internet habits. No more online gaming during peak hours, haven`t watched streaming videos for ages. My pc is in my bedroom, I can`t leave it on all night, so I needed to buy an old laptop, put it in the kitchen and use that for my new internet habits, ie. night time torrenting, when hardly anybody is online.
And now we get people come here complaining about the torrent plan, when in fact it has done what it was meant to do: free up bandwidth at peak times for people who are not on the torrent plan.