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Standard User Mike5889
(newbie) Fri 30-Sep-11 21:59:51
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Sky FUP and throttle question


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I'm moving to a new house and I'm thinking of getting the Sky broadband "Unlimited" package, with line rental, and without getting sky TV. I was leaning toward BE* because I've had good experiences with them, and they don't throttle; unlike their sister ISP O2 Broadband. However, Sky prices seem attractive.

Can anyone tell me what their Fair usage policy is like. Do they throttle protocols( p2p, ssh, etc...) or traffic?
Standard User gazter
(newbie) Fri 30-Sep-11 22:31:53
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Re: Sky FUP and throttle question


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On Sky's unlimited package, there is *no* throttle on any port at any time, and there is no FUP either. There unlimited really is, unlimited.
Standard User iand
(experienced) Sat 01-Oct-11 08:55:36
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Re: Sky FUP and throttle question


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If you use SKY value then there is a section in your account web page to see how much you have used. If you go LLU then this section is still there, but it states you are unlimited, so no download value is shown, so yes it is unlimited.

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Standard User J_Walsh
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 03-Oct-11 17:59:57
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Re: Sky FUP and throttle question


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yup its unlimited i been with sky since feb and it does what it says on the tin smile

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