·Time Warner Cable
·Verizon Online DSL
|reply to inferno4 |
You wouldn't necessarily get terminated. If you were in the 132-200 GB range Suddenlink would probably give you a call and ask what's going on.
Kudos to SL for not doing anything with the meter (charging for overages), showing real stats (hours of YouTube, GB amounts that aren't simply "our average is 3GB") and generally being transparent about things. Wonder when they'll push this to other areas?
Seriously, it actually seems like a reasonable solution: let everyone know what their usage is, then ask high-usage customers what the heck is going on.