So unlimited internet is actually not unlimited…But there is more to it.

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  1. TSA - The Serial Analyst says:

    Is this practice of advertising data as Unlimited yet its subjected to Fair Usage Policy a legal practice?

    1. Jabulani Dhliwayo says:

      It’s always a good idea to read the small print in the contract. As long as they explain it then they are pretty much protected legally. This is a practice found in many places in the world, especially with mobile services. Verizon Wireless, for example advertises a unlimited mobile plan but once you hit 22GB they throttle your access speed.

  2. Tawanda says:

    imboitai article yema FUP limits by the various service providers. it would be nice to know…

  3. Trust mutamba says:

    Thanks for the. Article

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