I really can't recall to any degree of accuracy that wouldn't just be me conveniently supporting my own story. my point was that there was no limitations stated in terms of allowed distances, just that it was for personal use only. I don't think it matters too much whether it contained the demon word "unlimited" or not. we could substitute in other terms like "all you can eat" or "all inclusive" or "nothing else to pay" but it doesn't change the concept that as soon as you start screwing the service provider out of a profit for providing you with a service, they're not going to tolerate it. it doesn't matter if that is car usage, ISP supplied data, salad stacking or the uni students who used to go to the old pizza hut all-you-can-eat buffet and walk out with a backpack full of tupperware containers stuffed with all the pizza they could carry. an older ISP of mine used to meter uploads - if you bought an allowance of xGB down, you also got xGB up. their RADIUS metering was busted in Victoria, so it never measured upstream properly. people had contests seeing how much they could seed each month. any of those people who thought they were getting away with it undetected were deluding themselves. they were just lucky enough that it would have cost the ISP more to fix the issue than what it was costing them. the instant it did it would have been fixed, and no doubt a proportion of the former freeloaders would have immediately suffered severe entitlement syndrome, too.