> RN> Actually they sold something they could, and did provide.
>> I don't consider "kick 'em off after three hours" "no limits".
>You're right, to a point. This policy is something tat they could very
well have abused, and don't seem to have. Many of my associates and
friends are NoLimits customers and after the March 1st implementation of
this policy and the unholy furore on the list at the time I asked around
Of 16 people, one person has experienced this. He has two phone lines,
one of which is dedicated to IOL No Limits. The others, while being
reasonably heavy users (4-6 hours per weeknight, and 8-12 hours per day
on weekends) don't seem to be experiencing disconnects on or before the
3-hour mark at all.
Things are not necessarily as bad as they first appear.
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