Friday, June 8, 2012

Determining your download requirements

Having reviewed my Internet usage on a day where I was not streaming or downloading I can see what an "average" user might require for a monthly allowance.

The usage that I logged was 650M Bytes and all I was doing was listening to BBC Radio 4 for much of the day and general web "pottering".

It is my contention that many Internet subscribers are paying for more bandwidth than they actually use. There are others that have no clue on what their requirements are and possible sign up for more than they need. There is also a lot of misconception over what the overage charges are when you exceed your bandwidth allotment.

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