Found this link on the blueyonder news service click here
About time too - afterall, they charge enough for it!
Good news, bet it'll take ages till we actually get the speed increase though!
"but customers will pay different rates depending on how much is downloaded" It doesn't give a breakdown of those rates though. It does say no price rise, but at ten megabits a second I can see the money rolling in to NTL when the download cap is exceeded.Remember, you don't get something for nothing.
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