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I have a total of 1TB worth of downloads this month alone with twc.

im at 2.9TB and I still have like 12 days left in billing cycle..
     
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I can't believe most people don't even realize there is no such thing as ' ' ' using ' ' ' too much data
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Yep can confirm PtP is very good, my ISP uses Ubiquiti equipment, but there are others, like Mikrotik.
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Well, I use a lot of bandwidth per month. If they start to charge me then I'll have to switch to cable with their 400gb cap. At least I can hit the cap faster than the ****ty DSL.
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How can companies get away with changing the billing terms or service levels once you have signed a contract for the price and service?
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post #36 of 67
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How can companies get away with changing the billing terms or service levels once you have signed a contract for the price and service?

Lawyers are smart enough to include "terms subject to change" which basically means they can do anything we want as long as they update their terms first.
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Meanwhile, my municipal Gigabit fiber provider actually advertises on billboards around town that they have no data caps at all. Local competition in the ISP game is an amazing thing for consumers. Even Comcast has cleaned up their act here in Chattanooga just because EPB is here.


I'd be curious to talk to your municipal provider folks. I am working on making a proposal to our city council about starting municipal broadband. Can you point me to the right folks there to talk to about how it got set up?
 
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Lawyers are smart enough to include "terms subject to change" which basically means they can do anything we want as long as they update their terms first.

They can put anything in their TOS, that doesn't mean it's legal. Imagine signing a lease for two years with with that SUBJECT TO CHANGE clause, then they triple the price after a month, That doesn't fly in the court of law. You change the TOS, you void the contract.

You might as well sign a blank contract if that is legal.
Edited by ghostrider85 - 7/30/16 at 10:19am
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They can put anything in their TOS, that doesn't mean it's legal. Imagine signing a lease for two years with with that SUBJECT TO CHANGE clause, then they triple the price after a month, That doesn't fly in the court of law. You change the TOS, you void the contract.

You might as well sign a blank contract if that is legal.

Sounds like grounds for a class action lawsuit......but of course everyone will have to incur damages first....
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As someone who lives in an apartment complex that has an "exclusive deal" with CenturyLink that only offers a maximum connection of 40 down / 5 up I would have to say that this makes me dislike them even more. Their customer service isn't great and they charge quite a bit for sub-par connection speeds with terrible pings. Living in a capital city you wouldn't think it would be hard to get a good ISP but you would be surprised...

- Insan1tyOne redface.gif
FYI, those contracts are illegal. If there is another provider that can hook up to your apartment but have been told no by the complex, you can let the city/county know and the ISPs will have to open it up for you.
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They can put anything in their TOS, that doesn't mean it's legal. Imagine signing a lease for two years with with that SUBJECT TO CHANGE clause, then they triple the price after a month, That doesn't fly in the court of law. You change the TOS, you void the contract.

You might as well sign a blank contract if that is legal.

Sounds like grounds for a class action lawsuit......but of course everyone will have to incur damages first....

I'm no lawyer, but I'm pretty sure there is a law that cannot be overruled that protects people from this such thing. I know in my apartment contract it states something like "If any section of this contract breaks any form of law, the contract is immediately void"... Too bad 3 sections were against Ohio landlord code...
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