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Jon
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join:2001-01-20
Lisle, IL

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Caps

"The user went to wireless where he'll face more heavily capped service with costlier overages"

So tiered of hearing people whine about caps. Not everyone downloads a terabyte of data every month. If you do, you either need to find and pay for a service that fits your needs or get a life.


Kamus

join:2011-01-27
El Paso, TX

said by Jon:

"The user went to wireless where he'll face more heavily capped service with costlier overages"

So tiered of hearing people whine about caps. Not everyone downloads a terabyte of data every month. If you do, you either need to find and pay for a service that fits your needs or get a life.

And not everyone uses the internet for the same boring things you do.


Simba7
I Void Warranties

join:2003-03-24
Billings, MT
reply to Jon

said by Jon:

Not everyone downloads a terabyte of data every month. If you do, you either need to find and pay for a service that fits your needs or get a life.

Heh.. I usually transfer ~250GB of data per month. This is updates, Netflix, web services, etc.

If anyone says 10GB is enough, they're not living in reality. I'd eat that within a day (or a few hours).
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