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# 143208 7-Apr-2014 00:24
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I thought they had something about it being unmetered between 1am-7am or something along those lines, but i'm not sure. If anyone can find it i'd be grateful.

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  # 1019661 7-Apr-2014 00:37
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Yes snap have unlimited nights if you have a data pack on added on. If you don't have a data pack on then you don't get the unlimited nights, and it is indeed between 1-7am's

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  # 1019672 7-Apr-2014 00:55
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I'm sure it used to be unlimited between 1am and 7am across the board for all plans??? I didn't realise it was only for those with a data pack added on, or was it always that way?!




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  # 1019682 7-Apr-2014 01:20
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corksta: I'm sure it used to be unlimited between 1am and 7am across the board for all plans??? I didn't realise it was only for those with a data pack added on, or was it always that way?!


its always been you must atlest have A data package added. stops people getting 5GB and abusing nighttimes i suppose..




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  # 1019683 7-Apr-2014 04:52
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hio77:
corksta: I'm sure it used to be unlimited between 1am and 7am across the board for all plans??? I didn't realise it was only for those with a data pack added on, or was it always that way?!


its always been you must atlest have A data package added. stops people getting 5GB and abusing nighttimes i suppose..


Snap used to have unlimited nights, 3 for $5, but that addon is long gone....




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  # 1019712 7-Apr-2014 07:33
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The minimum UFB plan has 100GB. The only thing I can think that could use much more than that is people who create a lot of media and send it somewhere (eg I send a lot of large raw images to my editor), or people who download/seed massive amounts of media - like enough to watch it 24/7. What other legitimate uses are there for that much data?

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  # 1019717 7-Apr-2014 08:03
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timmmay: The minimum UFB plan has 100GB. The only thing I can think that could use much more than that is people who create a lot of media and send it somewhere (eg I send a lot of large raw images to my editor), or people who download/seed massive amounts of media - like enough to watch it 24/7. What other legitimate uses are there for that much data?


The Battlefield updates approach 25gb. 

And titanfall--- 45gb!!


These are not that often but becoming increasingly common. 

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  # 1019720 7-Apr-2014 08:18
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Ah, games, good point. I don't play 'em.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1019742 7-Apr-2014 08:57
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Unlimited nights + uTorrent Scheduler means very small monthly data usage. Just make the times from about 1.30am to 6.30.

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  # 1019745 7-Apr-2014 09:00
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Haven't updated a single game yet.

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  # 1019748 7-Apr-2014 09:11
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Games would usually come down through Akamai or similar CDN anyway wouldn't they, thus usually be zero-rated? I haven't been over 85GB in the last year and we are always streaming Netflix etc. Not on the torrents though :)

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  # 1019755 7-Apr-2014 09:38
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timmmay: The minimum UFB plan has 100GB. The only thing I can think that could use much more than that is people who create a lot of media and send it somewhere (eg I send a lot of large raw images to my editor), or people who download/seed massive amounts of media - like enough to watch it 24/7. What other legitimate uses are there for that much data?


Netflix on super HD gets through something like 2GB/hour,  so that is only 50 hours of TV a month per household,  well below the average  (which is around 120 hours per PERSON)

Titanfall is 45GB, and no doubt the next patch will be something like 20GB. If you have a Ps+ subscription that is about 3 new games a month, every month, to download, average around 10-15GB

Then you have things like cloud backup services or just simple online storage.  If you have large amounts of family photos or videos that can chew through absolutely loads of data in no time at all.

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  # 1019756 7-Apr-2014 09:39
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jnimmo: Games would usually come down through Akamai or similar CDN anyway wouldn't they, thus usually be zero-rated? I haven't been over 85GB in the last year and we are always streaming Netflix etc. Not on the torrents though :)


don't think Snap zero-rates akamai.

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  # 1019758 7-Apr-2014 09:43
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NonprayingMantis:
jnimmo: Games would usually come down through Akamai or similar CDN anyway wouldn't they, thus usually be zero-rated? I haven't been over 85GB in the last year and we are always streaming Netflix etc. Not on the torrents though :)


don't think Snap zero-rates akamai.


Perhaps not by policy or guaranteed, but I certainly download lots from Microsoft VLSC (DVD ISOs etc) which comes through Akamai and don't get charged for it

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  # 1019785 7-Apr-2014 10:03
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NonprayingMantis: Netflix on super HD gets through something like 2GB/hour,  so that is only 50 hours of TV a month per household,  well below the average  (which is around 120 hours per PERSON)

Titanfall is 45GB, and no doubt the next patch will be something like 20GB. If you have a Ps+ subscription that is about 3 new games a month, every month, to download, average around 10-15GB

Then you have things like cloud backup services or just simple online storage.  If you have large amounts of family photos or videos that can chew through absolutely loads of data in no time at all.


People watch 120 hours of TV per MONTH???!!! I might watch 40 hours in a big month. No wonder people are overweight and stupid.

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  # 1019787 7-Apr-2014 10:07
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timmmay:
NonprayingMantis: Netflix on super HD gets through something like 2GB/hour,  so that is only 50 hours of TV a month per household,  well below the average  (which is around 120 hours per PERSON)

Titanfall is 45GB, and no doubt the next patch will be something like 20GB. If you have a Ps+ subscription that is about 3 new games a month, every month, to download, average around 10-15GB

Then you have things like cloud backup services or just simple online storage.  If you have large amounts of family photos or videos that can chew through absolutely loads of data in no time at all.


People watch 120 hours of TV per MONTH???!!! I might watch 40 hours in a big month. No wonder people are overweight and stupid.


4 hours a day is the average for NZ from memory.  

http://www.statisticbrain.com/television-watching-statistics/

In the US it's over 5!

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