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Re: Comcast abuse phone call.
said by dvdivx:Where on earth are you finding HD video that is streamable, anyway? And isn't DiVX compressed!?
Mostly an FYI. My guess is the limit is 300gb/mo. If I had to guess. You would be surprised how fast that can get used up with streaming HD video.
And boy am I glad I don't live in your neighborhood.
It is unfortunate, but necessary for cable companies to 'warn' the constant/super-heavy users. In the grand scheme of things, given the current state of the networks, perhaps you should get your own half or full T1 or something. That is some really, really heavy usage!
Also, you didn't mention this, but is most of your streaming HD video P2P network sourced? And are you ALSO sharing out a bunch, pegging your upload side constantly?
I'm a relatively heavy (I thought!) user as well, and my main PC (which does 80% of my net access) has never exceeded 10-12 Gb in a month according to DUMeter. I bet my multiple TiVos add a few hundred MBs or so! 300GB is quite unimaginable, seriously!!