·Time Warner Cable
·Verizon Online DSL
Upload Caps Suck
Actually, download caps do, too.
3 Mbps can upload less than 5GB per month during peak hours.
5 Mbps and 8 Mbps can upload less than 7GB
10 Mbps tops out at 14 GB
12 Mbps is 41.5 GB at most
Granted, you can probably schedule around these caps, and the cap on the 12/1.5 plan for downloads is 330GB per month during peak hours (better than Comcast). However I think I'm not alone in saying that the upload caps are quite low.
Also, all things considered, the caps on business plans up through 12/1.5 are rather low, though businesses probably won't get impacted due to daily usage cycles. 20/2.5 service has an 838 GB peak-time ownload cap per month and a 138GB upload peak-time cap so it's not all bad, but I'll bet the service costs a fortune. Any ideas on its price?
At least CableOne now has a tier with 1.5 Mbps upload speed though...