| terabytes? that's a lot, .. Like, I think most data users would never use that amount even on unlimited plans, because the connections are still limited to what you can do on your cellphone or hotspot. There are many situations where wireless data is unpreferrable because:|
1. screen and interface on cellphone suck and prevent usage of high bandwidth apps.
2. cellphone tethering is clunky and high latency, and makes my phone hot as fuck.
I use the LTE connection on my phone to update my website a lot and I do plenty of AVC HD movie viewings. I still only use 50-70GB a month (I have T-Mobile unlimited 4G).
I tend to get upset with the 40Mbps down/16Mbps up experience when I tether and only use it for uploading to my webserver or downloading files en mass when I need to.
I prefer a good wired connection for gaming overall. I think that unmetered data usage of 100GB wireless would not put a strain on the network because that amount of usage amounts to mere hours out of an entire months uptime of the wireless network node overall, and they have dozens and dozens of network nodes around me and everyone else, each one separate, and given that is all I used I imagine hundreds of other users doing the exact same could be supported.
1 cellphone tower with this kind of bandwidth has this much capacity: 15 terabytes. Per month. If they're limiting usage to 2GB and while only a few hundred users actual get to use the tower a month, that's 400GB, a small fraction of the capacity.
Meaning they are not facing congestion issues except in cases of maybe mass gatherings of people.. and most of the capacity is going unused.
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