|reply to battleop |
said by battleop:Nope.
Since you fail to understand basic English let me help you out....
So maybe there was some truth to why they thought they needed to throttle customers.
I did not say "So there was truth to why they thought they needed to throttle customers." I am suggesting that there may have been some reasons why they were throttling users and now that they have done some upgrades they do not see a reason to continue throttling.
Look up the UBB - CRTC debacle. They were called out by consumer advocates, journalists, customers, and even the CRTC to provide evidence for over a year. It never happened.