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    "BT is targeting customers who it says are regularly breaking their monthly broadband download limits.

    The telecoms company has sent letters to more than 3,000 customers it has identified as excessive users.

    They will be given the choice to pay for their high use or risk losing their connection altogether.

    The company will not say how many people have already been cut off, but said they were downloading between 100 and 200 gigabytes per month."


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4841132.stm
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    Jesus . I rarely use more that 800 MB a month on T-Mobile's network.
    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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    This story is about home bb users. I couldn't use that much on my Treo if I left it streaming 24 hours a day.
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    I guess it depends on what you streaming....they mention uploading and downloading movies.
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    There is one way to discourage that practice: change the download and upload speeds back between 56Kbps - 120Kbps.

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