Loc: Sydney, Down Under
Things could get worse if the lower the sign up/monthly fees to try to draw the customers in but give a very low download allowance (like 500MB on a 512 connection) and then charge through the nose per MB. <br><br>That is similar to how a few ISPs did it over this way. You have a low sign up/monthly fee and a 500MB or even 250MB download allowance. Then the charges were $0.15 per MB thereafter - you do the maths. Those who did sign up would not have realised that every little thing you do would add to the MBs and you couldn't get out since you were locked into the contract for up to 18 months.<br><br>
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