Roger Burton West
roger at firedrake.org
Tue Feb 28 18:44:09 GMT 2006
On Tue, Feb 28, 2006 at 06:36:28PM +0000, Paul Orrock wrote:
>I'm obviously missing the point here. I can stick with my existing package
>which gives me true unlimited download with no FUP at ?24.99
But new customers can't, after today.
>Pay for what you use, people ! Broadband is a privilege, not a right.
If you don't want people to use their N megabit/second continuously,
don't sell it to them as "N megabit/second, always on". Honest
advertising is (at least nominally) a requirement, not an option.
See my initial question: who is still offering bandwidth cleanly, rather
than having a monthly capacity limit (usually hidden somewhere nice and
far away from the headline bitrate)? One answer, in five hours from now,
is "not Zen".
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