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This is a discussion on Usage Limits within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I got a letter yesterday from sky explaining how to use the new usage tools. Im a bit worried seeing ...
- 31-10-09, 01:51 PM #1
I got a letter yesterday from sky explaining how to use the new usage tools. Im a bit worried seeing as im on base (mainly because I cannot get more than 2mb in my area) and download quite a lot each month. Never before have sky said anything about me going over this limit. Im just not sure wether its worth upgrading paying an extra £10 each month for unlimited. Espically seeing as im in an area that cannot deliver more than 2 mb.
Does anyone know of sky's plans for this and wether they will be enforcing limits (as in cut offs and over charges)
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Re: Usage Limits
As for the limits, it is more than likely that Sky will now enforce them.
As for paying for unlimited, if you can get it for £10 (instead of the £15 without Sky Talk) it is pretty much well worth it for as much as you want to download. The fact that you can only get 2meg is not the issue really, its the allowance that makes all the difference, especially if you do download an awful lot.
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