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You think "unlimited" online storage providers are bad... look at UK ISPs that offer "unlimited bandwidth" for a low-low charge of just £9.99 a month.

Where "unlimited bandwidth" means you're subject to a "fair usage" policy, or only certain types of traffic is unlimited, or if you use them too much your connection gets throttled to death - so it's unlimited, but at 64k/sec.

Fair usage policies rarely are too.

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