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Topic # 65319 2-Aug-2010 17:07
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hey,
i was just wondering if you ran out of all of your, say 15gb of broadband, would you still be able to use the free off peak from 4 till 8 in the morning?

any help would be greatly appreciated,
cheers

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  Reply # 361783 2-Aug-2010 18:06
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When you have used all your data cap, the free period speeds are at capped speeds.

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  Reply # 362373 3-Aug-2010 14:09
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hellonearthisman: When you have used all your data cap, the free period speeds are at capped speeds.


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  Reply # 362472 3-Aug-2010 15:59
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zigibogido: hey,
i was just wondering if you ran out of all of your, say 15gb of broadband, would you still be able to use the free off peak from 4 till 8 in the morning?

any help would be greatly appreciated,
cheers



Yes you can still get the free offpeak from 4-8 im on the everyday and gone over my
5GB for the month of course speeds are slowed down and it doesn't really matter
what time you use broadband once that happens it'll still be slow but yes its still free
but no different from using it at 10pm (speed wise) (;

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  Reply # 363300 4-Aug-2010 22:13
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I am amazed that anyone can " use" the internet when over their cap. I tend to click something and then get pixxed off and walk away and come back later and find it has timed out my session or whatever.




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  Reply # 367445 14-Aug-2010 04:26
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I agree. I swear dial-up is faster. Compare 56k to 64k with ridiculous latency... I'd go for ye olde dial-up in such times. Or even somewhat-overpriced 2degrees GPRS with my old Nokia...

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