Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp
Originally Posted by UpgradeSolution
So after pouring through the centry link tos there is no limit at all on their Internet but they will warn you if you have "excessive use" which they can define any way they want to, as I said I used 1tb+ a month and that probably wasn't excessive for my area, not a huge city but still large, but someone else got a warning at 200 gigs thus there is no REAL cap but there is a we can call you out at any point in time for any amount of usage cap. Also it says you will be given multiple warnings before termination so it's not that big of a deal.
After digging around the site for a while I finally found the updated EUP with defined limits (first time I've seen this, honestly): http://qwest.centurylink.com/internethelp/eup.html
Should be noted that in the FAQ on that link this statement appears
"Q: Will you inform me of the need to change my High-Speed Internet service?
A: CenturyLink will weigh variables such as network health, congestion, availability of customer usage data, and the line speed purchased by the customer as factors when enforcing this policy."
So unless you live in like New York or LA you are probably fine with using unlimited. This should be noted on the Centrylink listing because Comcast will actually boot you after 2 months whereas Centrylink may NEVER care like they didn't for me and it's not like I live in a tiny city.
To the mod above me because I am too lazy to double quote on iPhone, I am in Spokane, Wa and I Hear only reports of bad techs in Wa but its fine in Idaho apparently.Edited by UpgradeSolution - 12/15/11 at 10:09pm