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marjsdad 12/5/2012 | 5:07:17 PM
re: Bamboom Targets Cable TV Cord-Cutters

It says only 5 hours of downloads at peak speeds will consume 250 GB. Let's not forget that this represents something like 40 HD movies, or about 80 hours of HD content. And don't forget that streaming video takes up a lot less bandwidth than downloads, so you could stream a lot more than 80 hours without exceeding the cap.

KathyWeig 12/5/2012 | 5:07:16 PM
re: Bamboom Targets Cable TV Cord-Cutters

Another option for TV with a slower connection is TVDevo website it seems to run faster and it supports slower connections speeds. It's mostly for TV shows . Netflix is for movies, but it always bogs down my connection.

Jeff Baumgartner 12/5/2012 | 5:07:13 PM
re: Bamboom Targets Cable TV Cord-Cutters

That's good point. They were trying to point out what could happen if someone went full bore with D3, but the vast majority of residential customers still won't be near that cap.  JB

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