Is it fair to have 100GB Bandwidth for you internet connection when you want to browse, stream videos and play online games? Our Telecom Provider (which I hate so much that I would switch to another ISP if only I had the option) is offering blazing speeds starting from 8Mbps to 30Mbps, I know that sounds *normal* for all of you but here people say wow when they see a 2Mbps connection. The catch is that they're offering only these connections with a cap over Bandwidth usage which they refer to as the 'Fair Usage Policy'. I don't think these morons should have that at all because when you're offering so high speed internet packages, your users would obviously be heavy ones who actually utilise their money by downloading massively, playing online games and streaming videos. I just want to ask you all if it's fair for them to cap the limit like this? Following are the rates of Internet connections with and without the offer I mentioned above. 30Mbps = 699AED/$190.30/£119.00 16Mbps =549AED/$149.46/£93.46 8Mbps =499AED/$135.85/£84.95 4Mbps = 449AED/$122.24/£76.44 2Mbps = 349AED/$95.01/£59.41 1Mbps = 249AED/$67.79/£42.39 Aren't those rates exorbitantly high? Also have a look at this (false advertising): And the company's technical experts (in the call centre) think that it's impossible to reach that given quota of 100GB in a month. ------ing arseholes! Here's my calculation: 16Mbps = 2.00 MBps download speed = 2x60 seconds = 120MB 120x60 minutes = 7.2GB 7.2x24 hours = 172.8GB pwned.