I have Comcast 300gb cap. And who used 77tb that's just insane
http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/05/fios-customer-discovers-the-limits-of-unlimited-data-77-tb-in-month/ --- Nowhere, ever, were you handed the divine right not to be inconvenienced snowflake, no matter what your mommy might have told you. -Orestes417
#52BasilVZeroPosted 10/12/2013 9:02:35 PM
$19.99 for 6 Down and 1 Up - No cap. --- My YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/BasilZero
#53UberLurkerPosted 10/12/2013 9:16:18 PM
6/0.6, no (stated) cap, DSL, $25/month.
Yup my internets suck, but where I'm at out here in the hinterlands of San Diego its either this or satellite... and I won't do satellite.
No cap here. Marketed as 10Mb up and down, but most of the time I get higher speeds.
The only downside is their irreplaceable s*** D-Link routers.
Edit: Pricing is $63 a month. I have two housemates, so I pay $21 a month. A steal, really. --- /|\ http://i.imgur.com/hK9c1lo.jpg?1 \|/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE7x0WLz7SY
#55GamersTavernPosted 10/12/2013 9:31:47 PM
I think most major ISPs in the U.S. now employ a cap, though it's usually pretty high. --- Main Site: http://www.gamers-tavern.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/GamersTavernShow
#56maynotPosted 10/12/2013 9:36:50 PM
17 Gig limit from satelite internet. The only other option would be to go back to dial-up since no good T3 lines come out this way. Living in rural Minnesota. I hear Wisconsin has it worse. --- I play lots of games. About 90% of them are played in my head.
#57night_drifter05Posted 10/12/2013 9:45:55 PM
I have the fastest available here and it's unlimited. But it's $50 a month, unlimited, and its 769kbps down and like 300kbps up. Pretty crappy, but it's the only option here.
#58sortajanPosted 10/12/2013 9:49:41 PM(edited)
if you have a 5-10GB limit you'd be better off grabbing a USB stick and running on foot to the place you want to download from --- "Glory... to the Many... I am a voice in their choir."
#59RhapsoKnightPosted 10/12/2013 10:19:08 PM
TC, guessing you're with Bell/Videotron? You have better options than that. Teksavvy and Electronic Box both offer 300GB 30/10 for about 60 bucks, and in the case of Ebox, 30/10 500GB for $70 (which is what I have). There's also Distributel, Start and Acana although I haven't been with them so I can't comment.
I think everyone should move away from Bell/Videotron as far as internet is concerned to show them we don't want terribly low data caps.
#60Bigj089Posted 10/12/2013 10:40:34 PM
$55/month and 5Mb/1Mb with a 150GB cap.
Still not great but it was the best I could get at the time that wasnt out of my price range. Still better than the $98 a month, 1.2Mb/300Kb that I was supposed to be getting with Hughesnet at the time but was easily less than half that the majority of the day. Not to mention it was a 425MB a DAY cap. Im about to move though and Ill be getting 25Mb/3Mb with no cap for $65 a month. Im excited ^.^ --- I hate pineapple pizza but I don't boycott pizza shops that offer that abomination.--The Liberator