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Verizon CFO - Unlimited is just a word it doesn't really mean anything

Verizon CFO - Unlimited is just a word it doesn't really mean anything

serverbearserverbear Member
edited September 2012 in General

There's a few interesting points in this thread that relate to hosting:

http://www.engadget.com/2012/09/20/verizon-cfo-claims-unlimited-data-is-dead/

consumers "think they consume a lot more data than they really do."

The same has to be said with hosting, I would bet that a large amount of people that sign up to unlimited plans end up using hardly anything. I have unlimited ADSL2 at home, I probably wouldn't use more than 50GB/month.

How much monthly data do you actually use on your hosting plans? We have 3.2TB BW & only used 40GB in the last month (across 5 sites).

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