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I am a New customer with Shaw.

And understand that with my service (7.5 mb) .. they have 75 GB bandwidth / month.

To me it sounds like not a lot.. and i might go over...

What can i expect then .. if i go over?

Will SHAW call me? .. Approx. how soon?

.. and then what basically?

Will they cut me off? (cuz i wouldn't want to pay for the "GBs that i went over")

Will they suggest something to me maybe .. like for example to upgrade to "15 mb" service .. where they have, i think, 125 GB bandwidth / month ?

What happens if i DO upgrade (for extra 10 bucks a month basically) .. will they be satisfied for time-being .. (like maybe leave me alone for a couple of months etc) .. cuz, who knows .. - i might "go over" EVEN with 125 GB bandwidth / month.. (not sure .. will have to see how much i will actually use)

Just wondering basically..
If they warn me .. and i don't improve the 1st time.. and they ll call me in a month and warn me again..
and i go to 15 mb service (Upgrade) ... and again will be over the bandwidth .. HOW many month approx. after that .. until they ll terminate my service (cuz i SURELY will not be willing to pay for extra badwidth's GBs) :rolleyes:
 

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my Local DSL provider .. - i even recall specifically calling them with the "bandwidth" question.

their reply was (by several of their CSRs etc (i asked few times) : "We don't limit bandwidth usage for our customers" (regardless, i guess, if it says on their web site otherwise) :)

Was with them about 14 months or so.. - know for sure that used lots of bandwidth .. and NEVER received one phone call from them...

and love that dynamic IP..
When say (for example) download file from some place (Hotfile for example) ..and if don't have a Premium with them, want to download another file.. - they might say for example: "have to wait 30 minuntes or 1 hour, etc before can download again as a Free user"

Click with your mouse to disconect from internet / re-connect (even right away, say in a second) .. refresh the browser's tap screen.. and CAN download that 2nd file right away.. (cuz ip changed) .. no need to wait 30 minutes , an hour etc..

Cable does NOT have this technology.. (they have "fixed" / non-static IP)
 
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