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OTENET REMOVES DOWNLOAD LIMITS

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« on: May 15 2007 05:37PM »

OTEnet had recently launched an ADSL product line based on its own network.

The lower priced packages, however, had specific download limits that restricted users to 1 to 4GB per week during peak hours.

This specific limit has now been removed and is being replaced with a "fair use policy".

According to OTEnet support what is "fair" is about 20GB per week after which your download speed will be reduced slightly.

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« Reply #1 on: June 06 2007 12:56PM »

Vasika pira tilefono stin OTENet gia na rotiso giafto to download Limit.

Ontos mou eipe pos iparxi ena limit mexri 20GB tin vdomada alla apo tin alli opos mou exigise san na min iparxi afou kai tosa na katevasis pali tha mporis na katevazis!!!!

Mipos einai kati opos ton Rapidshare pou se afini na katevasis 25GB tin vdomada kai an ta xeperasis den mporis na katevasis allo ektos an perasoun 1-2 meres gia na mporis na katevasis akomi 1-2 Gb's?

Vasika exo sinxisti. An ontos einai etsi tote den nomizo na valo Otenet me 2Mbps Download Speed kai 512Kbps Upload Speed pou skeftomouna afou den nomizo na einai diakio na plirono gia mia ipiresia me limits.( diladi na plirono gia 2Mbps kai an xeperaso ta 20GB na katevazo me 1Mbps).

Episis ti ginete an se 6 meres katevaso 19GB? Tin alli vdomada tha mporo na katevaso 20Gb / 21GB (to 1GB pou emine apo tin perasmeni vdomada) / i 1GB mono ?

An mporei kapios na mou exigisi kalitera tha to ektimousa.

Euxaristo.
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« Reply #2 on: June 06 2007 02:41PM »

Hello Aragorn,

Almost all Internet Service Providers apply "traffic shaping" in one form or another. The difference is that most of them will just not tell you about it. For this reason you shouldn't expect that you will be able to download non-stop at full speed with any of our ISPs. 20GB per week is plenty for most users. Have you measured how much you consume on average with your current connection?

Unfortunately the ISPs can do whatever they want regardless of what they say since there is never a guaranteed speed with ADSL. The only way you can find out how good or bad is a service is by trying them out or to wait until others try the service out first and read their reviews.
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« Reply #3 on: June 06 2007 03:00PM »

Hi and thanks for your quick reply.

Unfortunately i think that you havent answered my question. Lets suppose that i have downloaded 20GB of date in 5 days. What happens in the next 2 days? Will i be able to download at slower speeds / will i be able to download at all ? This is my question.

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« Reply #4 on: June 06 2007 10:15PM »

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What happens in the next 2 days?

According to Otenet you will be able to download but at slower speeds.
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