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#112797 20-Dec-2012 16:17
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Hey guys, i signed up for Snap ADSL2 with 125GB data, and the all you can eat YouTube. I signed up and payed on Monday. Was connected early Wednesday which was awesome, only a hour or 2 of downtime. The ping and speeds are great.




There are a few questions that i have. As you can see over about 24 hours we have already used up quite a bit with watching youtube. Is there any type of cap on this and the unmetered nights, so like if I used a few 100GB on youtube, would it cap off and slow down?


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  #736274 22-Dec-2012 11:26
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Nope, there's no cap on YouTube. Go for your life.

We only record the usage data for your curiosity, and our network planning :-)




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  #736277 22-Dec-2012 11:31
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i have the YouTube add on and i go through 40 to 50 GB a month, i watch everything in 1080 if available.

edit just checked last month 70 GB used. wow not sure how  lol




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  #736316 22-Dec-2012 13:37
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ok, cool. Yea i watch a lot of long videos in 1080p if i can. Used up 20GB so far :D

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