A question about Netflix and the United States' bandwidth

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User Info: elihuaran

elihuaran
6 years ago#1
So, a good chunk of you, or at least a very vocal minority of you, have downloaded Netfilx to your 3DS.

Which brings me to my question: do you Americans have bandwidth limits? In Canada, AFAIK, all of the major ISP's have limits, which sucks if you have Netflix, as you can only watch so many movies/shows a month. Or, if you do have limits, what are they?

User Info: Marbiaach

Marbiaach
6 years ago#2
We have no bandwidth (or if we do its a pretty damn big number).So that's why people say Canada's netflix sucks...
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User Info: legendaryhero99

legendaryhero99
6 years ago#3
It depends on your provider's plan. Though Comcast has a cap of 250gb.
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User Info: I_am_Gyarados

I_am_Gyarados
6 years ago#4
250GB
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User Info: flatgirl93

flatgirl93
6 years ago#5
most people have unlimited in the US like me but there are some places that have limits.
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User Info: Eclypse9810

Eclypse9810
6 years ago#6
With Bell here in Canada, with an unlimited plan.
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