I agree! Smartphones nowadays eats massive datas and 800mb is very small (at least for me). I know that Globe will say that the FUP is a practice of telecom networks all around the world but let me site another foreign telco as n example.
I personally tried SKT with their unlimited LTE for around $25. And to tell you, they have FUP taking place. That is 3GB of LTE per day and if you reached that, you will be throttled to HSDPA with only a maximum speed of 3Mbps. Seems acceptable since you can still watch HD videos without buffering with that speed.
I hope Globe should update their FUP because even if I still don't hit the limit, I feel that I'm throttled because of their slow internet.
I agree, in US the minimum data allowance for Broadband Plan is 300GB.
agreed, ang kaso wala kasing controlling body ang ating government to implement such limits. kaya malaya ang mga isp dito satin to implement their own rules for their own benefits. I suggest that we first fix that hole in our system. un
Saka bukod sa limit ng capacity. Pati sana limit nung throttle down. Minimum speed is unusable to be honest.
Yung LTE sa saudi LTE talaga, if you exceeded your daily (DAILY at hinde MONTHLY!) you will be throttled to about 512kbps and still be able to play games with low ping, even a decent video call using your mobile.
yung NTC dapat nag.reregulate sa mga ISP.