So get this, I've just got mobile broadband from verizon. That is the service that allows you to get internet anywhere from their satellites. It costs $59.99 a month and I get alloted 5gb each month to use. So I went to the store today to get my plan finalized and stuff. I asked the guy is there an overcharge fee if I exceed 5gb and he says yes. So I asked him, "You do the math, how much would one gigabyte over cost me?" He said $500 and I was like what! :yield: This scares me! In just about any good night I might download close to 3 gb's. So in fucks sake, how am I going to keep it under 5 gb for an entire month. I have been creating a methodology so I will stay under. I worked out my daily allowance and found that I can you use no more than 170 mb a DAY! I think this means I am going to have to cancel my rapidshare account, stop my downloading, no more streaming online radios, and just analyze every connection I make to the internet. It's scary but I think it can be done. Do you think it is possible to stay under 5 gb for an entire month?