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09129800

join:2012-06-27
New York, NY
reply to TriForce

Re: Good deal for 300

Not if it's capped like all of Comcap's other Internet plans.

I'll take Verizon's UNCAPPED FiOS offerings over Comcap any day! This new connection has the potential to rack up $20,000 in "overage fees" in just one month under Comcap's new 300 GB cap/$10 per 50 GB Internet overcharging scam.


88615298
Premium
join:2004-07-28
West Tenness
said by 09129800:

Not if it's capped like all of Comcap's other Internet plans.

I'll take Verizon's UNCAPPED FiOS offerings over Comcap any day! This new connection has the potential to rack up $20,000 in "overage fees" in just one month under Comcap's new 300 GB cap/$10 per 50 GB Internet overcharging scam.

Who is going to use 98 TB a month?


09129800

join:2012-06-27
New York, NY
I would.


88615298
Premium
join:2004-07-28
West Tenness

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said by 09129800:

I would.

Not legally you wouldn't.

mogamer

join:2011-04-20
Royal Oak, MI
said by 88615298:

said by 09129800:

I would.

Not legally you wouldn't.

He could if he was running a server business out of his house. Of course, that would probably be a violation of a residential service contract.


MOWAA

join:2010-03-25
Fort Lauderdale, FL
reply to 88615298

said by 88615298 See Profile
Not legally you wouldn't.


Seriously why is it anyones concern what they legally or illegally do with their connection?

But here, use github to do push/pull on large projects and you see how fast you run out bandwidth.
There a legal use on a residential line.