I have been with Rogers cable for many years in Canada. Now they've got me real good. My son download movies and broadband or whatever it is called goes overboard, I have to pay way too much. I am changing the provider - some smaller and probably crappier one. But is unlimited Internet is really unlimited? Your experience, please.
Internet connection with regards to being unlimited is just about YOUR use. You can access it without limits.
However, there is a limited bandwidth for surfing and downloading, and amount of emails which one can have on the original main server for Internet service.
Unlimited is just for you accessing the network. Nothing more.
I probably explained it terribly wrong, Cagsil. What I meant:
can it really be unlimited downloading of everything or you are going to be restricted in some terms? I am so-o-o-o-o technically challenged!
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