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said by swintec:
That brings up a good point. I would imagine they would offer something like 80 GBs to customers...but if every customer tried to use that much, it would create issue. Essentially this would mean they would have to boot the "resource" hogs, all while playing the advertising game of which cable company can offer the most DVR storage than the other. Drvies arent cheap, nor unlimited space, so this could prove interesting.
LOL. If you watch too many hours, they would throttle your account and only show programming at 15fps.
Throttle or cap my internet why not cap or throttle tv and digital phone also? Lets be equal here.
Net neutrality! LOL!
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