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    Someone Managed To Use 95 TB Of T-Mobile Home Internet Data In A Single Month


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    You don’t use that amount casually or accidentally, that’s for sure. I have 2 Nest doorbells and am constantly streaming Netflix as background “music” and I am doing well to crack 1 TB on my uVerse.

    I feel sorry for the people on that tower. T-Mobile towers have 10G fiber but during times of congestion, he was absolutely the sole reason dozens more subscribers couldn’t use their service.

    I feel like I’m gonna have a boomer moment. Stop tinkering with your god damn phones trying to set it up as a “server”. Linux loving punk *** kids in your mom’s basement. You’re ruining it for everyone. These people are the ones responsible for us not having any truly unlimited plans and having fair usage policies.


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    Holly cow! I work from home and we watch a lot of Netflix and we only use a fraction of 1TB. Even the month I backed up to the cloud many of my DVDs I was still under 1TB.

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    I agree... 95TB is high, and not typical... but not unheard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haris163 View Post
    Holly cow! I work from home and we watch a lot of Netflix and we only use a fraction of 1TB. Even the month I backed up to the cloud many of my DVDs I was still under 1TB.

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    Our household uses about 3TB a month on our network regularly, and last year we had a few months of 10-12TB due to heavier home office and casual use.

    I bet it depends on how many high bandwidth devices are in use.


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    Illegal activities for sure or someone who needs to pony up for a fiber connection

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