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Nugz
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join:2012-03-16
Ogden, UT

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reply to rradina

Re: Define Unlimited

I'm sorry but both Sprint and T-Mobile's "unlimited" is the same dang thing.

Why is Clearwire getting beat up for all this? Anyone using torrents should be kicked off anyways.

Even if you use 1GB of torrents a month, 9 time out of 10 it's illegal software..... Go buy the software... Then what do you use the internet for ? Netflix and browsing and gaming?

Netflix is understandable as a source of using bandwidth (or streaming movies). But anything like downloading illegal software or file sharing. No matter what the usage is. kick them off..

rradina

join:2000-08-08
Chesterfield, MO
Because Clear offers their service in a fixed configuration. I assumed we were talking about that, not the mobile configuration. The fixed configuration is likely to be used for high consumption purposes.

I also grow weary of the assumption that high consumption means piracy.

Rob_
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join:2008-07-16
Mary Esther, FL
kudos:1
Their acceptable use policy I'm sure has nothing about a data cap. They had ZERO rights to cancel that person. I'd be pissed if my so called unlimited service got disconnected.

-Rob
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