Word of the Week : Capped vs Uncapped

A cap is a limit set by your ISP on your data usage. Once it runs out, you will not be able to use the Internet until you top up your account. Uncapped access is unlimited access to the Internet, giving you the freedom to use as much bandwidth as you like.






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