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How Does Your ISP Handle Top-Usage Customers?

SteveXE Never been notified (489 comments)

I have never been notified and I use Comcast. I average 150 gigs a month in downloads. I've gone beyond 200 gigs as well. Maybe I've just been lucky who knows I guess im screwed now that I made this comment though...guess its good that im moving to another state next month! My main concern is right now I live in a house, and when i move it will be to an apartment which means the number of people they are handling in the area with be alot bigger which might also mean strict enforcement of bandwidth use. When I move in they will clearly see a spike so I guess ill be waiting for my letter/phone call at the start of June.

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