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+ - Time Warner to Offer Unlimited Bandwidth for $150 -> 1

Submitted by unr3a1
unr3a1 (1264666) writes "In response to a slew of criticism over its plan to cap customers' bandwidth allowance, Time Warner Cable announced new price tiers for a three-state trial. On top of a 5, 10, 20, and 40-gigabyte (GB) caps, the company said this week that it would offer an additional 100GB tier for heavy users. Prices (so far) would range from $29.95 to $75.00 a month, with users charged an extra dollar for every GB more they download, although that charge is also capped at $75. An "unlimited" bandwidth plan, therefore, tops out at $150."
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Time Warner to Offer Unlimited Bandwidth for $150

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  • by Quantos (1327889)
    I thought Shaw was a bunch of pirates. At least I don't seem to have a cap on my service.

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