I see, so you'd prefer a 25GB cap on your wired internet? B/C that's what happens with these large, non-competitive, monopolies that supply our internet service. 25 GB is what they have in Canada, and don't think it can't happen here. 25 GB is like DLing 3 games on Steam. Per month. Or watching about 10 hours of HD video. Cable companies absolutely will add caps to protect their cable service from Netflix. This isn't the car industry. A lack of regulation will see you paying $2 per gigabyte.
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