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BT to cap broadband usage for ALL users
In article ,
Sorry for the Spoonerism, that should read 1 GB, but you get the idea.
In NZ, caps of 500Mb to 1Gb are very common. Then you pay 3p per meg.
And they also provide the DSL link with as fast a connection as the line
loss allows. So if you live next door to the exchange, you get an 8Mbit
service at the same rental fee as everyone else getting 512k in the
suburbs. If the bosses son installs Kazaa over the weekend, bankrupcy
proceedings can be started by the monday morning.
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