I think this is what you\’re looking for.
Read up on data caps- just ISPs\’ way of telling you to temper your appetite
And JTL have been doing it for a while:
On Mon, 1 Oct 2018 at 21:34, Nelson Kwaje via kictanet <
> Hey folks,
> Please see the below exchange between me and my ISP. They did not get back
> to me after my reply and the internet was not interred with since then .
> Is it legal for ISPs to cut service based on such justifications.
> Dear Mike
> Please send me a copy of the \”fair use policy\”, I hope it contains a
> clear definition of the intendned purposes.
> Because I don\’t recall signing or consenting to such an agreement.
> On Mon, 17 Sep 2018, 16:27 Mike
>> We note that the link is being over utilized hence the course for slow
>> speeds. Something to note is that our various products are governed by a
>> fair usage policy that is supposed to ensure that a product is used for its
>> intended purpose.
>> From your today’s usage, we note that you are exhausting the FUP limit
>> for the subscribed product: Faiba home 50 Mbps.
>> The system is designed to limit your speed for the remainder of the peak
>> hours once this threshold is reached. Kindly consider:
>> i. Upgrading to a higher subscription
>> ii. Managing your usage to be within the dimensions of the product.
>> Kindly see the attached is your average utilization graph and the most
>> active protocols showing your usage for the day.
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