Glen Head, NY
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said by baineschile:Unfortunately, arbitrary caps are are just that. 100GB is good for you and someone else might be happy 10GB meaning you are going to have to pay. Another person might prefer 250GB and wonder how you can justify 100GB. Just picking random numbers out of a hat is not going to please everyone.
100gigs and above is reasonsable for a cap. Above that, you are either a pirater, or need the business class.
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baineschile2600 ways to livePremium
Sterling Heights, MI
Because normal internet activities wont ever take the average user above 10 gigs/month. 100gigs is being generous to the sling box/netflix users.
said by baineschile:Are you high? I don't do anything outrageous and I use 25-30 GB a month. So does my son. Also so when I get my MLB.tv subscription and I watch the 26-27 Rays games per month and since they are in HD I will use 100 GB in a month, I am not engaging in a "normal" activity? Watching baseball and just ONE game a day at that is unusual?
Because normal internet activities wont ever take the average user above 10 gigs/month.