BTo to cap ADSL?
Let's look through the...round window
The Register has received a number of emails from worried customers of BTopenworld asking if the ISP's decision to cap its unmetered dial-up service could have an impact on its broadband service.
It seems they're concerned that if BTopenworld caps its dial-up service, what is stopping it from capping its broadband service? The answer, of course, is nothing.
Let's look at the state of play.
BT Broadband - the new no-frills service launched by BT Retail - has a daily download limit of 1GB and the monster telco says it may introduce "further charges in the future for customers whose use exceeds this figure".
Earlier this month BTopenworld set out letters to its broadband satellite users warning them that it would impose restrictions if people used the service too much.
And now BTopenworld has capped the use of its supposedly unmetered dial-up service.
Insiders have already told The Register that BTopenworld intends to start restricting its ADSL service for its heaviest users.
Anyone spot a pattern developing here? ®
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