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TCT101
TCT101
Jul 20, 2017
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My first rant video on Vidlii... I absolutely hate data caps, they are nothing more then a cash grab to the Internet Service Provider. The ISP's think its for customer fairness and/or to prevent "network congestion". Total bull... If it's an option for your Internet Service Provider, go with unlimited data usage. I have been through data caps on home internet before when my mom had capped internet with Rogers Cable before she went unlimited data usage with Rogers Cable, and then canceled her internet service with Rogers Cable. It was an 80GB internet data cap. Trust me, it was horrible being always reminded about it... This is my video rant about it, and I hope that you enjoy the video. Thanks for watching.
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11ryanc (1 year ago)
11ryanc
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I've used roughly 40 gigs this week alone, and over 250 this month.. wow.
I check my usage with GlassWire btw. I have unlimited service with Comcast though. There may be a soft-enforced limit somewhere though..
www (1 year ago)
www
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Unlimited in Australia.
LuisAPI (1 year ago)
LuisAPI
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Data caps suck. Every month, around the 21st-26th day of the month, our limit gets sucked up and we end up with 256 kbps of Internet speed for the rest of the month until it resets at the start of the next month.
APPle5auc31995 (1 year ago)
APPle5auc31995
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I burn through 300gb in two weeks...
Supositware (1 year ago)
Supositware
1
i use 341 gb by months how tf can you use internet with data cap
danielwebofrito2 (1 year ago)
danielwebofrito2
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holy crap i'm in spain and i've never head of HOME INTERNET DATA CAPS that is so retarded, why would anyone allow this junk let alone pay monthly for it
ROBLOXVIP735 (1 year ago)
ROBLOXVIP735
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@ROBLOXVIP735
communications service provider, which there's a difference-a communications service provider is 10x less restricted than a telecom service provider, so the FCC's recent rules now no longer apply. Yes, we are fundamentally screwed. Also, they've been able to track our web history and sell it to advertisers.
ROBLOXVIP735 (1 year ago)
ROBLOXVIP735
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Letme tell you about Europe and Asia, where internet is [most of the time] cheap, reliable, fast and has no caps.

I'm American by the ways.
Now let me tell you about my internet.
I swear it fucking autocaps halfway through the month, even if noone uses it, because it get's slower, but may be neighbors. Cox communications is actually not a internet company in America, or if it is, it's very obscure and probably controls the middle east of the United States of America(I'm tired and do not feel like remembering geography lessons.) Internet at best is about 20-40 MBp/s, and often dips into the KBp/s range. And it's slowly coming to the point of CABLE PACKAGES. Not quiet, but very close to that, and that's a pain. Net Neutrality in the United States is currently threatened by the FCC just because Verison won a DICK MEASURING contest(actually, probably closer to bribery of the supreme court) just to say that they weren't a telecom service provider and instead a(continued)
Auga159 (1 year ago)
Auga159
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What? Data Caps? Lithuania Doesn't Have Any Data Caps. (At Least My Isp Doesn't Have Them).
Kippykip (1 year ago)
Kippykip
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I have a 500gb limit and never get close. Although infinite would be nice but telstra hasn't got an option for it.
11ryanc (1 year ago)
11ryanc
5
I've used roughly 40 gigs this week alone, and over 250 this month.. wow.
I check my usage with GlassWire btw. I have unlimited service with Comcast though. There may be a soft-enforced limit somewhere though..
APPle5auc31995 (1 year ago)
APPle5auc31995
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2tb for comcast.
TCT101 (1 year ago)
TCT101
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Also, if you do a lot of torrent downloading, that too also uses up a lot of data bandwidth as well, besides internet streaming and internet streaming services...
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Date: Jul 20, 2017 Views: 224 Ratings: 14
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