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This month is 1.4TB.. Linux Distros as well.. :shiftyninja:

I had charter and downloaded crazy amounts (at least 700GB a month) and never got a warning :)

PS, your avatar, was that a restaurant in Atlanta? I used to live there

It seems that the cap is only enforced in congested areas. I know when I first switched to them I was on a download/streaming frenzy. I know I had to have gone over.

about the avatar, nah, not that I know anyways, just some pic found through google images. :D

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Yeah. I get 10GB per month. thats right, ten. Thats the highest plan I can get (there is a 5!! option also). The only alternative to me where I live is dialup. FML. 200Gb's? Unlimited GB's? ********!

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Im on a 75Gb/75Gb peak/off peak plan, and use it right up.

Aussie internet still sucks :(

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My internet is super slow (1Mb/s) but at least we have no data cap :)

The ISP here doesn't allow me to see how much I use per month

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We don't have a cap. And this router doesn't apparently have log stuff. I'll e-mail the ISP tomorrow.

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Just the usenet stats. :laugh:

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I have ATT Uverse. It's unlimited and there is no meter that I'm aware of but here is a screen capture of DD-WRT for last month.post-236153-0-45120400-1359592481.png

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So far, for the month of January, for just me I have used around 77GB. If I include the other 3 people sharing the connection, its about 162GB.

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uTorrent says 941GB for the last 31 days. Probably another 50GB from Usenet and hell knows how much browsing and other stuff adds.

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TWC unlimited, 20/2 package, not sure why previous months don't show up, started service in September. This is for 3 people.

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Some insane upload totals from some of you. My upload is so low, that I normally try and limit anything going out. If I don't, my connection will get too bogged down.

I really wish we got better upload speeds from ISP's.

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More than half of my usage consists of streaming HD videos and high bitrate radios, most of the time :p

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I have ATT Uverse. It's unlimited and there is no meter that I'm aware of but here is a screen capture of DD-WRT for last month.post-236153-0-45120400-1359592481.png

FYI - UVerse is 250GB/month, regular DSL is 150GB/month

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FYI - UVerse is 250GB/month, regular DSL is 150GB/month

Ah, I remember reading that now. However, I also remember reading that since they give their customers no way of monitoring their usage, they can't enforce it.

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Think I approached 900 GB earlier this year, but I don't live alone, so it's understandable.

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Anyway to track this on BT in the UK?

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Anyway to track this on BT in the UK?

Yes, in My BT page look for My Products section and under your broadband service, you should have a link to your usage stats.

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