* Once you reach your data limit, your connection will be slowed down to 64kbps for the remainder of the month. You can purchase additional data at this time if you choose.
Damager: im lookin at changing to snap's night owl plan which is fs/128 with throttling between 7am and 7pm and full speed from 7pm to 7am. suits me fine as im at work all day and i can do my downloading during those hours. i just hope the speed throttle isnt 56kb/s. with all of the digital content on websites these days, the barest minimum required speed would need to be 256kb/s. cost is $49.95 no tolls included. seems like a pretty good price i think.
anyone else on this plan and can give some feedback?
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I am sorry but I don't believe that some heavy downloaders would take in consideration their fellow users and schedule their downloads to happen during day time (7am through 7pm). There is lots of comments in our forums that show this - "I am paying for it so I want it full speed", "I want the service I am entitled to", etc.
Believe me, I agree. There shouldn't exist limits if there's "unlimited" in the name or description of a plan. But it seems most ISPs do this to attract new users and completely disregard growth management and planning.
Unlimited at $49.95 seems to me another Xtra Go Large, Woosh, Slingshot, Xnet waiting to happen...