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Facebook isn't too bad on bandwidth, all of the other sites involve streaming video which wrecks bandwidth.

Pandora automatically checks your bandwidth and plays the closest quality audio, which is terrible on bandwidth.
    
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Originally Posted by AdmiralThrawn View Post
Cool. Now troops can't relax as much because bandwidth caps are stealing their downtime.

Way to go ISPs!
This is the Military's own internet, not the ISPs.
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