I've just moved (a few months back) from a pretty ordinary ADSL line to a 100MBit cable connection. Our household used to be pretty heavy users anyway with around 200GB or so a month in download (bugger all uploads) across the parents and three young kids. Moving to the new house I figured that might go up a bit simply because it could go faster so we would use it... ...on top of that I've picked up Netflix and FetchTV... (and Hulu too) 20 days into the month we are currently sitting on a shade over 600GB, checking the logs on Sunday afternoon and the Apple TV (which has been on half the day) was over 20GB alone. It was cold and wet outside so we were inside more and even between shows while we were doing other things YouTube/Vevo was streaming music videos. A vast majority of the days Pandora is on streaming at least one music stream to a set of speakers in the house. Also the XBone has downloaded a few games, something I wouldn't have attempted on the old connection (Halo digital collection was over 60GB alone!) A few Macs, a PC and a bucket of iOS devices get their updates when needed too (and a few of the kids games are creeping over 1GB too and updates are not deltas/incremental). So yeah, on track to hit 1TB, something I never thought I'd do but in what I can only guess is a case of because we now have the bandwidth we have found ways to use it, it's all of a sudden a real possibility. HD video is a killer! So how about you? especially those that have picked up on the streaming services lately. Are others seeing the massive increases I have?