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Top message: Bandwidth management by OmegaWolf747
Replying to: Re: Bandwidth management by keithfrombm
I believe I did answer your question in the other post I put up because, I accidentally posted before finishing. But, answering your question using your analogy, because the technology or engines are totally different, would probably still get further in the Focus than the Mustang at 80mph. If I absolutely have to drive 80mph using the Mustang, then I have to expect to pay more in gas's along the way. The same for phones. If you absolutely have to stay tethered to a laptop everyday and all day, streaming music and or video, maybe downloading some of the same, that's just on the casual use side. You would have to expect to be throttled at some point. That's just one example. People tend to use their phones n unreasonable ways, when they have unlimited data. So, if I want to drive faster for longer in that much faster car, I'm going to pay more for gas to do so. What you've tried to suggest only proves how unreasonable it would be to drive faster without spending more for gas.
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