|reply to vpoko |
So the answer is no?
The answer is that there's a piece of equipment subject to neutral-party certification (AKA regulation) that measures usage. I don't care who owns it. The same thing would be OK for ISP's, if there was a certified meter that they wanted to place on premises. We both know that's not how they want it.
There are several relatively standard tools to measure data transfers....many of them free. Use one to provide you the assurance that you aren't being over billed.