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Saturday August 31, 2013

Verizon Sends Angry Letters to 10TB FiOS Users

Verizon is joining the parade of ISPs that offer ‘unlimited bandwidth’, only to redefine the term unlimited when usage goes over the company’s pre-conceived notion of what unlimited actually means.

Verizon’s letter informs the affected users that they must decrease their usage to acceptable levels (under 10TB) by September 1st or they will be disconnected on September 18th.

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