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How to Improve Your Video-Streaming Clarity

October 21, 2011 No Comments

Your ISP can be slowing your speeds down because it thinks you’ve used up too much bandwidth. This is common if you are using a mobile broadband connection — the kind that’s provided through a USB stick. Currently Sprint is the only major U.S. mobile operator that doesn’t cap. In many places, the data caps are euphemistically called “Fair Use Policies.” T-Mobile doesn’t cap, but does have “Fair Use” limits.

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