In India we get silly FUP which is a shameless cheating with the customers in the name of maintaining/upgrading infrastructure, which is not there at the first place or is too outdated.
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2017I use more than a 1000 Gb data on my truly unlimited 3G, 32 Mbit/s, every month, using it as a... morereally? well I managed to sit and watch 1000 hours of youtube in a day once.... hey this bs'ing thing is actually quite fun
Your All very lucky
'Globe's Fair Usage Policy'
I use more than a 1000 Gb data on my truly unlimited 3G, 32 Mbit/s, every month, using it as a wifi hotspot replacing the need for any landline!
"unlimited data" = "unlimited" without any limits/restrictions, including no throttling threshold, at all!
James, 09 Mar 2017Every throttling mechanism in an "unlimited" offer is a parody. I agree. If I'm not at home, for like 1-2 weeks, this amount of data can be easily used by surfing, watching high-quality streams (Twitch, Netflix, etc.) and so on. No reason to have a restricted "unlimited" data. :-D What a joke. Thank god, we don't have these kind of limits in Finland!
Seriously what are people doing with their devices? You don't need that much gb on your mobile devices.
[deleted post]That policy was applied long time ago(before they change to LTE). Now, it doesn't matter how much data is being used per day. What matters the most is the capping. Once reached, you're dead. joke. Anyway, I'm just basing it from my experience. So far, I'm enjoying the speed(10mbps) until I reach my cap. My speed will be slowed down from 10 to around 3mbps which is still fine and the good thing is it is UNLIMITED. However, I'm afraid that our ISP will change that again and the throttled speed might be brought down from 3mbps to 500-800kbps like what I experienced last year.