I live in a market 1/ADSL Max only area and will be moving shortly to another property in the area. Currently the household has an erratic connection that seems to vary anywhere from 3.5-5.5Mbit and we've never been heavy downloaders. We were on Zen for 3 years and never once went above the 100Gb cap.
However as I'm moving alone and with an estimated speed of 6.5-7.5Mbit at the new property I've been thinking that I could save a fair chunk by not subscribing to SKY, but that would mean relying on the broadband more.
If my viewing habits changed to watching Netflix, the online catch up service/on demand from YouView and the BT Sport stream I would suddenly increase my usage many times over. And thats before my other usage such as the full games from PS+ subscription and other general use.
I guess in many ways this topic is more along the lines of is BT broadband really truly unlimited as advertised? whilst my usage won't be excessive by fibre standards on ADSL it probably would be.
Many thanks for any input
Edited by jamiemat (Mon 28-Oct-13 14:13:03)