Posted: Fri May 26, 2006 5:11 pm Post subject: Is there a way to limit my broadband data limit
My ISP gives me a data limit of 1 GB and it isn't sufficient to me, aonce the limit gets completed the tarrif would be very high. So is there a bypass this limit, so the data transmitted would not be accounted.
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Posted: Fri May 26, 2006 5:19 pm Post subject:
as in "is there anyway for me to get round the limit of what i've paid for and get bandwidth for free"? have a guess at where i'm leaning on this one, mate. either use what you've got and like it or stump up the money - ain't no free lunched nowadays, chief
you could try one of those "speed up your internet access" programs that you see advertised.
These work by proxying your connection and compressing stuff so you actually download less. Intended to improve speed, especially for dialup users, but would help your volume too.
But you have to pay for it, so like graycat said, there's no such thing as a free lunch.
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