When deciding what kind of data package to get for your Internet usage it’s good to take into consideration what you will be using it for to ensure you are getting enough bang for your buck.
What do we mean by Capped and Uncapped ADSL? Let’s break it down:
You will get a set amount of data for the month; once this has been used you will need to purchase more. The amount of data will be determined by the package you buy.
This is great for low usage users who are sending emails, checking social media and even for gamers, perfect for home use, where your data usage can be easily monitored. Capped ADSL is unshaped and is given higher priority on the network meaning the Internet will be faster.
The downside however is that you may be paying a slightly more expensive rate per Gigabyte than you would on Uncapped, and it is not recommended for heavy downloaders.
You are not limited to a set amount of data per month so you can access the Internet 24/7 without worrying about how much data you are using.
This is great for those who have a fixed budget and don’t want to worry about additional data costs at the end of the month. An uncapped package is ideal for high usage and downloading but not recommended for business use. However, your line speed may vary more often as Uncapped is given the lowest priority on the network.
For more ways to get connect read our article on Internet connection for your home.
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