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MessagePosté le: Lun 24 Oct - 04:36 (2016)    Sujet du message: pandora hearts Répondre en citant

AT imposing bandwidth caps on DSL users


Broadband Reports says AT has confirmed that, starting May 2, regular DSL customers will be capped at 150 gigabytes of data per month, while U verse customers will get a 250 GB cap.


There will be overage charges for those who Pandora Factory Outlet exceed the limit, but they won't kick in until a customer has gone over the cap repeatedly. From the BBR story:


This is how it will work: only users who exceed the new usage cap three times will be forced to pay overages. Overages will be $10 for every 50GB over the 150 GB or 250GB limit they travel. AT claims their average DSL customer uses around 18GB a month, and these changes will only impact about 2% of all DSL customers   who the company states consume "a disproportionate amount of bandwidth."


AT already caps its wireless Internet users. This will add wireline Internet to that mix. And as with wireless, those who are getting close to the cap will be warned about it when they hit 65, 90 and 100 percent of the monthly limit. The company also will provide a bandwidth meter so customers can monitor usage.


AT will send notices this week to DSL subscribers warning of the change.


Comcast imposed a 250 GB cap in 2008, but didn't offer users a way to monitor their usage until more than a year later.


While the two caps may seem like lots of headroom, they're being imposed at a time when users are increasingly using the Internet to watch video, much of it in high definition. Changing habits may make these caps inadequate sooner rather than later.


Update: Just so you know: An a two hour Netflix HD movie can consume about 3.6 GB of data, while an SD movie can use 500 700 MB, according to this helpful item at Unplggd.


People, it not about how many movies you watch or how you personally use the service. Capping tightens up on those who act as servers to others. The average person using the Internet is not going to be affected by the cap, ever. The college guy who is using his connection to distribute files or collects money from his neighbors for internet access, that who being targetted. At the end of the day the ISP can say the caps cut back on piracy and theft of service. Yea, and AT and Comcast are in it for the money too. but we knew that part.


So this is not a bandwidth limit where your rate is measured and they throttle your download speed. It is just a data limit. The limits being what they are require a good bit of internet usage to hit them. But, they reflect the lack of development in broadband in this country (most of Europe has long been ahead of the US in broadband usage). Do Europeans have these limits in place?


FYI, my ISP has been hometown based Oplink for years. Very few service interruptions and you get to know the 2 or 3 technicians by name when you do have an issue. The 3 Mbit/sec speed I have (I decided to switch to them during their cheap special) drops down to around 1 Mbit/sec in the evening. Even during the day it around 2.5 Mbit/sec.


The guy came out here one day and couldn figure it out but I only putting up with it because it so cheap for now. If I had to pay regular prices for this crap I drop them in a heartbeat and the cap isn helping.


For those of you who think 150 GB is too much, I used that much in a month while using an offsite backup service (it would have taken shorter but you know, AT DSL sucks).


FYI, out in Katy in the family house, Consolidated Communication DSL at the same speed and price always gives me consistent 3 Mbit/sec speed AND they gave us a free router/modem unlike AT is all this is worth.


This cap implementation or usage based billing (UBB) is very similar to that in Canada here. Shaw a cable provider has monthly caps of 60,100,175 and 350GB /mth. Shaw also has a 3 stike rule after which time they would charge $1 or $2 per GB of overage unless one had purchased additional data packages before the end of the monthly billing cycle.


However due to the uproar of from UBB being imposed on smaller third party ISPs who purchase their bandwidth from larger incumbent ISPs, Shaw has put their implementation of UBB on hold until they hold town hall meetings across their coverage areas.


Meanwhile the CRTC the Canadian equiv of the Pandora Outlet USA FCC are holding further hearings on the UBB that was to be charged by the incumbent ISPs on smaller third party ISPs.


Well reading the comments here it sounds like there will be a lot of pissed off customers for what ever they download. There is also some misinformed comments in here. We are not talking about just data you download to your hard drive. We are talking about both your hard drive and your files. 150 or 250 GB for that matter can be easily reached if you and Hulu+ every month. Dont even mention a teenager who does I Tunes, U Tube and Facebook daily. I agree this is all aimed at users who have cut the cord like myself and dont have Uverse or Comcast as a TV provider or ATT as a phone provider. I use Vonage at a way lower price than ATT or Comcast can provide. I dont even know how much bandwidth the Vonage take up per month. Oh and did I mention the teenagers play both their Xbox360 and the PS3 and PC games online. I say shame on ATT for not having the to upgrade their network when they were making money. Hell they could have installed a true fiber backbone and I would have paid an extra 20, 30, even 40 dollars a month for the service with no caps! No they won miss me when I gone but they will miss 20,000 of us when we are gone. I will be looking for another ISP starting today. And for all of you who made comments that sound like you are working for ATT you need to pay attention to the comments posted here by pissed off users like myself. Here a thought if ATT downloads an Ad to my browser can I charge them for my bandwidth and time used?


All this bitching I see here reminds me of when a 28,800 baud dial up connection was considered fast! I with Comcast now and enjoy a 12 M bit connection. I have been with this company for 4 years now and have never even approached the 250 GB limit. I do download and watch an occasional TV show or movie but I not one of those internet hogs that has to download everything they can find or steal!


If you drive your car which gets 20 MPG 500 miles a month and gas costs $3.50 per gallon it will cost you $87.50 per month but if you are someone that cannot get out of your car and you drive 10 hours a day 7 days a week at 70 MPH then your monthly fuel bill will be $3,675 a month.


Same with bandwith, if you want to hog all the bandwidth then expect to pay more Don download quite so much porn!


We have 2 Netflix subscriptions: 1 for the parents and 1 for the kids, so we can limit what they can see. TV is only OTA, so at least I don have to download mainstream shows, but I do use offsite backups (plus YouTube, podcasts, etc). Not having metered my bandwidth I could come close, but probably won exceed the limit yet. However, I can really control netflix and the more they will offer in HD, the bigger my consumption will be and I cannot do anything about that. So I certainly concerned going forward.


Rick>> You got it all wrong! Wrong mentally wrong way of thinking


In a car you are told how many MPG you get regardless of how long/far you drive. Makes sense, the longer you drive the more costs.


In ATT DSL I was told I would get UNLIMITED access, ie no matter how long I DRIVE, same price.


I am not supposed to be charged by how long I DRIVE


Like a Chinese buffet, all you can eat for a set price.


So you go to a Chinese buffet, one price($9.00) all you can eat. You serve yourself 5 times and BANG you will is 8X ($72.00) the buffet price. Why you ask? Well, you ate too much!


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