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These are labelled "Home". Home accounts aren't for power users. Never have been.
Yes we know that, but surely if you are a casual user(mostly e-mail and surfing as per article) you'd pretty much know your bandwidth usage and simply buy a capped account with say a 10GB "buffer" to cover your "stress from counting every kb".Sorry, I'm not sold that a "home uncapped" account is purely for casual usage when our digital life mostly resides at home.Yes a premium home account I can understand, purely in terms of differentiating product performance and pricing advantage.
I have no idea what my usage is, not am I interested in knowing. I want to pay a set amount every month, and thereafter I don't even think about the internet
AXXESS Home Uncapped accounts are best suited for average home users with little to no high bandwidth services..
Absolutely no idea, if someone's only using small amounts of bandwidth there are cheaper, faster and more reliable accounts all over the place.
Fixed that for you, also what utter nonsense. The "average" home user uses a lot of bandwidth even if just sticking you video streaming, a household of them uses many times more. Go peddle this turd elsewhere.