iiNet Releasing 1TB Bundled Data Plans From August 20th

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  1. Hive

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    Look guys, i fooled my router into thinking...

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    Now back to the point, actual real life proof is required, not sync rates.

    Inb4 why are you using IE7
     
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    What plan/network is that?
     
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    Not at liberty to say :D

    But it is unlimited :thumbup:
     
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    20.6 days left on my first month with 500/500

    I opened the floodgates.

    Peak 286.5Gb remaining
    Off 391.3Gb remaining
     
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    Wow, plenty of linux iso's i assume

    We were thinking of switching to the new 200/200 plan soon also :lol:
     
  7. HUMMER

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    he has been backing up The Internet.
     
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    It's his neighbors..
     
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    lol, my neighbors don't even know what internet is.... im pretty sure they dont even own a computer, i know they dont own a tv anyways.
     
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    have they upgraded the other plans cos i can't find my plan on their site anymore.
     
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    I bow to your e-peen. On my 200/200 plan I did manage 70gb in the first 3 days of my bill cycle but have only managed 193gb all up in 13 days now.

    Replacing all my fav SD stuff with HD and replacing 50gb iso files with mkv equivalents.
     
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    All existing plans are gone, only the new ones are listed on the website.
     
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    With ISPs releasing all these plans with huge quota plans. Do counted uploads matter much with these plans? What's the max data that can be uploaded at max ADSL2+ speeds 24/7 for 30 days?
     
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    Depends on your upload 260gb is the maximum
     
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    I'm on the 200GB Telstra ADSL2+ plan, and despite hosting a COD4 server 24/7, an FTP, and heavy torrenting, i've only uploaded 60GB last month
     
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    If you were on a reasonably fast ADSL 2+ connection and you downloaded 300GB or so of well seeded Linux iso's and then re-seeded those, running 24/7, I think it's conceivable you could go through the entire 500/500 in 30 days.

    If you don't seed your Linux isos then your uploads will barely impinge on your quota. Whatever you uploaded when you downloaded it before you stopped it from seeding. Which wouldn't be much.
     

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