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02-20-2010 01:52 PM
Sorry if this is posted elsewhere...tried several times to use the search function but always comes back "page not found."
Is there a monthly CAP or gig limit on downloading with the high speed internet? I know there are different speeds involved with each level of service, but I don't see any download limits anywhere.
Pennteledata said they had unlimited cable internet, but I learned differently after receiveing complaint letters about my bandwidth usage the 1st couple months. For example PTD has a 15 gig limit on the 1st level and then 50 gig on the next and so on.... found out after the fact - didn't state it anywhere which is what I am finding here as well?
thx for the help!
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02-20-2010 02:19 PM
OK, I can't find a delete button here or close this topic button?
I found the answer on another page which is there is no CAP...seems to good to be true, but I guess I'll go with that answer...until Verizon starts pulling what PTD did to me - sending nastygrams about bandwidth usage...
02-20-2010 03:28 PM
There is no cap, but beware that most residental plans don't allow you to host a website if that's what you are using all of the bandwidth for. If you are using it for more "shady" reasons verizon could also have an issue with this.
02-20-2010 05:24 PM
Eric, if you would, please make a post with a link to the thread you found, so that other users finding this question, can also find the answer. Then mark that post as the Accepted Solution.