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shelby10763

join:2005-03-12
Greenville, NC

STC had updated their story:

»stopthecap.com/2011/09/30/update ··· comment/

The usage caps, which will first be implemented on customers in Amarillo, Tex., are as follows:

150GB per month for customers subscribing to “lite” tiers of less than 10Mbps, similar to what AT&T limits its DSL customers;
250GB per month for 10, 15, or 20Mbps customers, similar to AT&T U-verse;
350GB per month for premium-priced 50 or 107Mbps service packages.

AricBrown

join:2002-12-11
Amarillo, TX
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said by shelby10763:

»stopthecap.com/2011/09/30/update ··· comment/

The usage caps, which will first be implemented on customers in Amarillo, Tex., are as follows:

150GB per month for customers subscribing to “lite” tiers of less than 10Mbps, similar to what AT&T limits its DSL customers;
250GB per month for 10, 15, or 20Mbps customers, similar to AT&T U-verse;
350GB per month for premium-priced 50 or 107Mbps service packages.

So on my 25meg plan it will take me 27.7 hours to reach my cap and wow if I am on the 107 plan it will take me a whopping 9 hours to reach my cap...

BS .. The first time I am charged an overage I plan on filing a complaint with the Texas Agriculture Department.

I mean they measure accuracy in my gas I buy, in the electricity I use, in the natural gas I use.. Hell in the weight of the apples I buy.. Its all regulated. How do I know if Suddenlink isnt putting their thumb on the scale. Texas law says I have a right to accurate measurements.