I'm unsure if I'll be tying my hands behind my back & will be unable to use the service due to going over their limits during business hours. The kids love YouTube & the mrs also like to download a bit if catchup tv, but the don't really like planning to use it like a schedule. I guess the only way around this would be to pay for the premium tariff at just under £50 a month. I was kinda hoping to be paying around the £30 mark.
Additionally I love being able to back up all my hd videos on google plus. This'll also take me over the 350mb an hour limit. Is it worth having faster speeds and not being able to use it, or staying on 4Mb.
I guess it depends on how strict they are. It's a shame they do not offer a 14 day money back guarantee. Another reseller uknow does, but I will not be able to use their service as they don't provide an external aerial which I would require.
"As might be expected, we are most concerned about usage during the busiest period on our network and as a guide we might expect normal usage during that busy period to be below the following.
Package Busy Period Usage
LTE Lite 50MB per/hour
LTE Standard 150MB per/hour
LTE Advanced 350MB per/hour
LTE Premium 1000MB per/hour
These are NOT intended to be hard limits but if a user were to regularly exceed limits such as these then we may have to take appropriate action as defined above and within our AUP (Acceptable Use Policy). On the other hand if such usage were to be exceeded, even regularly, during network quiet periods we wouldnt expect to have to take any further action. The concept is for fairness to our customers and not to be unnecessarily punitive. An example of a network quiet time would be either very late at night or before 8am. Conversely, below is our expectation of usage for times outside our network busy periods."
Firmware: DD-WRT v24SP2-EU-US (08/19/10) std
BT Home Hub 4