TimeWarner leaked important information where they will be testing their new bandwidth cap. This means that people with higher bandwidth usage will pay more and if they use more bandwidth then their plan covers they will have a warning and then lead to termination of the users account. This is bad news to people around Beaumont, Texas, area where new costumers will have to use this method of internet plan. As the article states some people use more bandwidth then others and in return have started a cap.
"According to Alex Dudley, an approximate five percent of Time Warner's customers consume as much as 50 percent of available bandwidth through heavy downloading. Specifically, it is believed that most of the content is HD video. The Beaumont trial is tentatively expected in the second quarter of this year."
Is this just another way for TimeWarner to make money.
Or are they actually having bandwidth problems.
And if they are this is bad news to TimeWarner customers