14. Data included in your bundle is for use in Singapore only and subject to M1's Fair Use Policy as follows:
14.1 Your usage should not be:
(a) Excessive (downloading or uploading more than 2 GB each month inclusive of video streaming, video calls, email access, VOIP calls, downloading and uploading of any content); or
(b) Unreasonable (use which may adversely affect our network, or other customers’ use of our network and/or services); or
(c) Fraudulent (including resupplying our service without our consent to a third party to access the data services).
14.2 If you are in breach of Clause 14.1 above, M1 has the option to:
(a) charge you a rate of S$0.01 per KB in blocks of 10KB, for continued data services usage; or
(b) suspend or terminate the M1 Broadband service.
Excessive (downloading or uploading more than 2 GB each month inclusive of video streaming, video calls, email access, VOIP calls, downloading and uploading of any content)
Youtube's streaming videos
Skype's an example of VoIP
WHAT?! Restriction even on email access
Restriction on even the download/upload of ANY content (I assume even legal ones).
I am very puzzlded with the 2GB limits placed on users. They are advertising unlimited access. As far as I am concerned, a 2GB limit is no unlimited access.
Are we missing the boat here?
The official response was "to guard against abuse of network resources due to hacking".
My personal conclusion? Give it a miss.
Have to get a set of new 10m CAT5E straights if I were to run it wired all the way since the old one had one part that was constantly 'crushed' by the door for well over 10yrs.
I'm looking for those ubber flat wires though (but the longest I'd found was just 5m). Easier for cable management.
I am on the waiting list for M1 Broadband as it is the only reasonably priced internet solution for a small business in non-residential property. Singnet's prices for SMEs are just too expensive
can anyone verify if the 2GB monthly limit have been lifted?
called M1, none of the people I talked to can give me a definative answer. They all said it's unlimited, no 2GB limit, but they also refer me to the fair usage clause.
Well then, probably going to give it a pass. Too bad.