Originally Posted by mfwl
I fail to see the difference between unmetered and unlimited please can you tell me the difference?
This is an honest question, not looking to victimise...
Don't worry, I don't take questions as an assault.
If I offer a client a set bandwidth, say 10Mbps per month, I can offer that at unmetered. This means that the client can use the entire 10Mbps pipe but they will run out of bandwidth if it goes above that.
If I offer a client a 10Mbps per month pipe and suggest that it is unlimited bandwidth then it would be a lie.
Everything has a limit.
For the record, I'm not a fan of the "unmetered" term either, but it is an honest term as opposed to "unlimited".