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Topic # 57912 28-Feb-2010 21:54
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Does any body know if any ISP's have paird up with xbox live to offer free bandwidth over xbox live?

Eg. telecom do tivo, xnet have matched up with some other pc gaming servers.

just wondering if anybody knows of any ISP's have done somthing similar with xbox live i doubt it but though it was worth asking thanks

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  Reply # 303133 28-Feb-2010 22:04
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Not yet.

Do whatever you want to do man.


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  Reply # 303137 28-Feb-2010 22:16
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  Reply # 303170 1-Mar-2010 01:25
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not specifically, but obviously if you take the BigTime plan on telecom your usage is unlimited.

I had a 360 a while back on big time and had no problems. (Have a PS3 now though - and it works fine with that too, barring a couple of weeks when MW2 was slow, but all seems fixed now)

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