limited use broadband packages

  newearwax 14:21 16 Mar 04
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I note that the new Bt package has with others a usage limitation after which surcharges apply. X pence per minute is clear but excess charges after say 1GB a month are not. Can anyone tell me what approximately a GB of use amounts to in practical terms. My suspicious nature make me wonder if schemes like these are dressing up a dear product as a bargain it is not.

  pc moron 15:41 16 Mar 04

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The 1GB limit is the total transfer of data between your PC and the internet- it applies to uploads and downloads.

  newearwax 20:46 20 Mar 04

I see references to SATA, S-ATA and RAID in articles about harddrives. What do those letters stand for and which should I look for, or doesn't it make a lot of difference? Are there any harddrive types that are obsolesent?

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