#1
Essentially I don't really know much about internet providers and however stupid this question may sound I just wanted to make sure what is covered by the term.

Essentially I have AOL broadband and recently my dad decided to get sky, and along with that sky broadband. Now it says theres a 40gb per month download limit and I'm just curious as to what exactly this means. Now downloading stuff is obviously covered, but does watching vidoes (like youtube for example) count as downloading? Also would downloading demos on xbox live for example also go towards this monthly limit?

Also whiles I'm talking about it is there anyone here with sky broadband? Would you say its good/bad/etc?

Thanks in advance
#3
There's nothing wrong with Sky Broadband, but if I were you I'd move up to the unlimited package if you do alot of video watching and use xbox live.
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