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Posted on December 14, 2011 by Michael Rosario  |  Comments

Based on the Merriam-Webster dictionary, here is the definition of Unlimited:

  1. lacking any controls : unrestricted
  2. boundless, infinite
  3. not bounded by exceptions : undefined

Major ISPs and Cell phone providers who provide “Unlimited” data are throttling heavy data users and redefining the word. It’s really clever too.  Imagine getting free refills on soda, except the spout of the soda machine is dripping instead of flowing. It’s unlimited to a point that you are still getting soda.  It’s just sketchy service and plain cheating.

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