comcast has a 250gb limit and they throttle your service and offer the most compressed HD signals.. how do they win?
with Netflix HD this will start affecting more than 2% within the next 3 years.
doubt it, ive had this cap on CC for 2 years and use netflix all the time, you would have to watch about 200+ movies in HD to hit the cap, if you are watching that many movies in a month you need a hobby or a life
As for people praising verizon and sh*t, guess what? they will end up capping this year or next as well, this is just the beginning.
My concern is if they calculate TV and HDTV programming into this 250. All of the U-Verse services are IP based, either fiber directly to the home, or fiber to the RT.
No, it's for internet use only (downloading and uploading), has 0 to do with TV.
i download a TB a month...thank god for verizon...
Have fun with your verizon cap coming this year or next, they have been in talks for awhile about capping.
and if you dl a TB a month you need to go outside and do something, because that is beyond ridiculous, like living at home in parents basement socially awkward ridiculous.
Johnny Tapwater said:
Comcast has a 250GB cap too, it's super duper rare that people even get to 20% of that...
But the speeds DO crush U-Verse w/o a doubt. and xfinitytv is busting AT&T's a.ss when it comes to the apps..
Watching ondemand on Ipad or Iphone thru xfinitytv for free >>>>
Plus, they working on allowing you to watch DVR'd movies on these portable devices...ha...The take over..
Pretty much, i rarely go over 50gb, the only time i ever go over 50gb, the most i ever went up to was about 150gb, and that's when i had 2 friends staying for a week while their house was getting work on.
250gb is more than enough, even for people who illegally download.