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    Porn straining mobile networks

    Operators forced to impose limits on heaviest users as their networks take strain

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    Flat-rated unlimited Internet
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    What a terrible problem to have!
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    It's ignorant to think that reason and science necessarily leads to progress.

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    Ah, the seven deadly sins.

    Japan is onto Lust, having moved up from Gluttony.

    In SA, we are still at Envy, while our service providers are entrenched in Greed.

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    LOL at Garyvdh

    yes i wonder when the network operators / software / entertainment industries will relies that when you sell something that virtual there is no limits on how many copy's that co exist and the cost is next to nothing and reduces when there more copy's

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    We don't have to worry about that here - there's only so much porn you can download before you hit your cap!

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    was not me i swear.... i got a twin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatecrasher View Post
    Ah, the seven deadly sins.

    Japan is onto Lust, having moved up from Gluttony.

    In SA, we are still at Envy, while our service providers are entrenched in Greed.
    Nicely put.
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    what people download is irrelevant , you paid for x amount at speed y. most people will use it to the max.
    Telkom: "Resistance is futile, your money is ours!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weasley View Post
    yes i wonder when the network operators / software / entertainment industries will relies that when you sell something that virtual there is no limits on how many copy's that co exist and the cost is next to nothing and reduces when there more copy's
    Network operators sell bandwidth. You can't copy bandwidth.
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    Pron ftw!
    ..l.

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    hrm.. i always wonder what's more in demand there the real thing or the animated thing
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    lol at krycor .....

    you know they should just upgrade their networks they paying for a service and now they getting limited to what they can download Eish i tell you

    oh well lucky bstrds @ least they having all the fun

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    Oh no! Our networks are taking strain! What will we do, who will we blame?

    Look no further than PORN, it will answer, satisfy all

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