On Tuesday 31 March 2009, Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
I'm really not sure what you guys are talking
about here. When all
the limitations are mentioned in a plan you buy, how is it a fraud?
The same goes for Airtels fair usage policy -- it's not a secret
internal memo. It's a public document.
True. Much as one would like to fry them, They will go to the bank
laughing once you loose the case. The ad clearly states that all is
not fair and lovely.
Also, there are chances you might reach it since they
have bandwidths up to 8 Mbps (I had read something about 3 Gbps
lines in Japan).
Fibre terminated in the house man. 10Gbps. dont know what the cap is
Also, having a download cap when you're never
going to reach it is
absurd -- why have it in the first place?
972 GB is what you will get connecting between two points not going
through some MAN, i.e between your office and your car for example.
No point cribbing on the mailing list -- they
read it :)