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Topic # 27589 31-Oct-2008 12:35
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Just wondering how much free data we all downloaded.

I downloaded 45gig but the date is showing 29th oct

over the last 2 days i downloaded 2gig free so i got around 47 gig

i also downloaded 17 gig off peak so i owe total $60.50

so i got less then a dollar a gig.

so i think im gonna ride the storm out as this is still a lot better then the other plans on xnet or other isp's.

Just can't surf after 12.00am

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Master Geek


  Reply # 174857 31-Oct-2008 13:08
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put it this way I downloaded say,6 gig and uploaded 21 Gig. sound reasonable ?

I haved change to PPM as from tomorrow !

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  Reply # 174862 31-Oct-2008 13:40
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I ran both Utorrent and Usenet downloads every single night, and the past month I downloaded 6 GB altogether, and uploaded about 40 GB. Then I switched to PayPerMeg yesterday. I don`t really understand how some people have been getting much more than others.




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  Reply # 174864 31-Oct-2008 13:44
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i dont use torrents

I download off rapidshare servers

But even though i only download 1.5gig max a night from them

The rapidshare servers think i download 10gigs a night

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  Reply # 174893 31-Oct-2008 15:34
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About 3.2gb offpeak.

38 onpeak.

3~4kb/s offpeak sorta does that.

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  Reply # 175187 2-Nov-2008 00:41
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10gb ish, what really did it for me was the inability to surf any international sites past twelve what so ever and im not even dowloading. changed to PPM just few days ago and now i have the internets back.

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Reply # 175318 2-Nov-2008 20:32
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kingzzz: 10gb ish, what really did it for me was the inability to surf any international sites past twelve what so ever and im not even dowloading. changed to PPM just few days ago and now i have the internets back.


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  Reply # 175319 2-Nov-2008 20:33
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48gb offpeak

12gb peak

ppm as of 2moro

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  Reply # 175320 2-Nov-2008 20:52
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boby55: 48gb offpeak

12gb peak

ppm as of 2moro



You`re kidding... 48 GB free data is not bad at all... Is it just downloads or uploads included?




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  Reply # 175321 2-Nov-2008 21:01
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28gb downloaded 20gbuploaded

STI

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  Reply # 175322 2-Nov-2008 21:02
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What's ppm?






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  Reply # 175323 2-Nov-2008 21:06
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attilathegorilla:
boby55: 48gb offpeak

12gb peak

ppm as of 2moro


You`re kidding... 48 GB free data is not bad at all... Is it just downloads or uploads included?

You'll probably find that most of that is national data...

As the speed issues are only with international sites.


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  Reply # 175324 2-Nov-2008 21:07
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STI: What's ppm?


Pay per MB

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