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Belgian ISP Claims One Customer Downloads 2.7TB

August 21st, 2010 08:14 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes with this envy-spawning excerpt: “While for most people the data limit is never reached, with media-rich websites becoming every more prevalent, and more media services going online (we’re looking at you streaming video services), it won’t be long before the average user is surpassing even the highest caps commonly imposed today. But how much data is it possible to download every month? And do the so-called data-hogs really burn through that much more data than everyone else? According to Belgian ISP Telenet, the answers are ‘a lot’ and ‘yes, they can.’”

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