Category Archives for Internet Caps

Verizon Not Imposing FiOS Caps On Users

Despite recent reports, Verizon insists that it is not planning to limit the bandwidth used by its FiOS broadband customers per month. These reports originated from a comment made by the company’s CEO Lowell McAdam, who was speaking on the company’s point of view concerning the idea of net neutrality at an investor’s conference recently. […]

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Verizon Denies Using Net Neutrality To Throttle Netflix & Amazon

Recently, the Federal courts struck down the net neutrality rules put in place by the Federal Communications Commission that prevented ISPs from prioritizing or blocking Internet traffic. The decision was made after a lengthy court battle surrounding the legality of the FCC regulating the Internet. The ruling, passed by a judge of the U.S court […]

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Microsoft Scraps Driveless Xbox One Idea Due To Broadband Quality

There are reports that Microsoft considered scrapping the Xbox One game console’s disc drive in favor of a disc less console but decided against the idea after considering that it would be problematic for gamers. Microsoft Studio head Phil Spencer commented that the company considered making the product a disc less console mid last year […]

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O2 Pay-As-You-Go 4G Plan

O2 has launched a 4G plan that does not require you to commit to a long term contract to get a good data allowance. It is dubbed the 02 4G Pay & Go Go Go tariff. It allows subscribers to up their data allowance the longer they are signed up to the tariff. Subscription costs […]

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German ISP Blocked From Introducing Internet Speed Caps To Customers

A German court has prevented Deutsche Telkom, a German ISP provider, from implementing plans to limit the Internet speeds of its customers after they reach a monthly limit. The ISP provider was planning to enforce a download speed limit of 2 megabits per second on its flat rate customers once they exceeded their monthly data […]

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