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Which is right for me?
Capped or Uncapped?
Uncapped data means that you can use as much as you want (subject to our transparent AUP) at all times. The convenience is that you don't have to worry about running out of GBs or topping up. Capped data gives you a set amount of GBs that you are allowed to use within a month. If you use all of them, you can top up with more GBs at an extra cost.
Uncapped is a simple ADSL solution. You pay a set amount for uncapped usage. It is, however, not suited to mission-critical business applications, and is better suited to home or leisure use. Choose Uncapped for convenience.
Capped data has a higher priority on our network, and is suited to those who know how much data they use on average. Capped data is recommended for low-usage users, small offices, gamers, and those who want higher priority. Choose Capped for control and flexibility. View Capped options.
What are Mbps?
Mbps stands for Megabits per second. It refers to how fast data travels on the internet. The more Megabits, the faster your files will download, websites will load and emails will open.
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