paul at clubi.ie wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Jan 2009, john Moylan wrote:
>>> I'm sure it's tempting for the ISP's to generalise that all heavy P2P
>> users are doing something illegal. But I'm sure that there are lot's
>> of heavy users downloading perfectly legal content.
>> I do backups over DSL. SSH rather than P2P, but still a good few GB
> transferred every month..
But on unthrottled networks heavy users are over 150GByte A WEEK.
On a throttled network they download the Cap in a few days and then
about 42G a month is possible.
It will be interesting to see exactly what eircom do.
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