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Topic # 65324 2-Aug-2010 18:38
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Hi,

Is there any way to know what is classed as local data (ie free) on the Fusion plan?

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  Reply # 361958 2-Aug-2010 21:59
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It is the same for all plans. All data within the XNet network is free. That includes VFX data, e-mails, web sites hosted/cached by XNet, XNet personal home pages. Usually you will find Microsoft downloads are free, but only if someone else already downloaded it (can't remember the name for that, just came back from a kid's dance festival...). There are a couple of free came servers, but that is listed on the XNet web site somewhere.




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  Reply # 362077 3-Aug-2010 08:12
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Just remember, because your friend with the huge file collection down the road is running a FTP server on Xnet as well, its usually not counted as local traffic as it may have to pass through other networks to get to him/you.

Gameplanet is free traffic for Xnet users.




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