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    Uncapped ADSL @ R220/pm

    We are pleased to announce our uncapped ADSL accounts.There's 3 types of uncapped ADSL accounts, as follows:





    1. Uncapped Express (Satellite)

    The Uncapped Express service is best suited to users that require unrestricted but affordable ADSL access. People who don't want to be restrained by monthly downloading caps.

    A 10 day rolling threshold applies to this account - This means when you use more than the threshold amount during a 10 day period, your line speed will be lowered but not disconnected.

    This restriction only applies on weekdays from 8am to 8pm.

    You will still have the FULL line speed after 8pm on weekdays and the weekend. This means that if you have a 4Mb/s line, you will get 4Mb/s speed, even if you only have a 384Kbps account!

    After hour usage still counts to your daytime 10 Day Rolling Threshold. So if you used more than your 10 Day Rolling Threshold then your speed will be throttled during the day time until your usage falls within the 10 Day Rolling Threshold. Refer to the table below for threshold and speed limits. This treshold will not reset on the 1st of the month.





    2. Uncapped Express+ (Fibre)

    The Uncapped Express+ ADSL accounts international bandwidth is supplied via Fibre optic links on the undersea SAT3 cable and not via Satellite. This gives you a FASTER surfing experience without all the latency.



    The Uncapped Express service is best suited to users that require unrestricted but affordable ADSL access. People who don't want to be restrained by monthly downloading caps.



    To use this account you must have an ADSL line and an ADSL router/modem.

    A 10 day rolling threshold applies to this account - This means when you use more than the threshold amount during a 10 day period, your line speed will be lowered but not disconnected.

    This restriction only applies on weekdays from 8am to 8pm.

    You will still have the FULL line speed after 8pm on weekdays and the weekend. This means that if you have a 4Mb/s line, you will get 4Mb/s speed, even if you only have a 384Kbps account!

    After hour usage still counts to your daytime 10 Day Rolling Threshold. So if you used more than your 10 Day Rolling Threshold then your speed will be throttled during the day time until your usage falls within the 10 Day Rolling Threshold. Refer to the table below for threshold and speed limits. This treshold will not reset on the 1st of the month.





    3. Uncapped (Shaped)

    The New Uncapped Shaped service is best suited to users that require unlimited but affordable ADSL access - people who don't want to be restrained by monthly downloading caps.

    The Uncapped Shaped ADSL account's international bandwidth is supplied via Fibre optic links on the undersea cable and not via Satellite.

    To use this account you must have an ADSL line and an ADSL router/modem.



    This account will run at your account speed and not your ADSL line speed.

    This means that if you have a 4Mb/s line with a 384kbps account, you will only get 384kbps speed! If you want a product that will give you full line speed after hours and weekends please view our Express Accounts.



    You can signup for any of our services here: https://billing.softdux.com/order.php
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    Are the express packages unshaped?

    Just how much bandwidth is the 10 day rolling threshold set at?
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post


    Are the express packages unshaped?

    Just how much bandwidth is the 10 day rolling threshold set at?
    Yup There's different thresholds for different account types, which you can see on the order form.
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    Doesn't help when the link takes me to hosting packages - not an ADSL package in sight.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    Doesn't help when the link takes me to hosting packages - not an ADSL package in sight.
    Sorry Dave, I just supplied the order form link, not a link directly to the product But that's sorted now.
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    OK. That makes a lot more sense now
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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