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AUP outlines the following monthly limits:
Rule #1 of bandwidth usage - Shaw determines how much you are using, not you.
• Lite - 30 GigaByte
• Highspeed - 125 GigaByte
• Extreme - 250 GigaByte
• Broadband 50 - 400 GigaByte
• Broadband 100 - 500 GigaByte
• Broadband 100+ - 750 GigaByte
• Unlmimited 100+ - Unlimited GigaByte
•Entrepreneur - 70 GigaByte
•Entrepreneur (with Xtreme-I) - 110 GigaByte
•SOHO - 90 GigaByte
•SOHO (with Xtreme-I) - 130
•Professional - 110 GigaByte
•Professional (with Xtreme-I) - 150 GigaByte
•Business - 175 GigaByte
•Business (with Xtreme-I) - 225 GigaByte
The guidelines for acceptable web site traffic include 2 GigaByte/month for Entrepreneur, SOHO, Professional, and Business hosting packages.
If you exceed limits:
You will first get a warning on your bill. If you go over your bandwidth limit the next month Shaw is going to charge you anywhere from $1 to $5 per Gig-a-byte. For further details on overage charges please check out »Shaw.ca and select your region.
You will also have the ability to buy extra bandwidth in bulk.. Details to come.
*note all bandwidth limits are combined download and upload traffic