I live in India, and my internet connection (which is provided by BSNL) is as follows: 4 Mbps upto 20 GB for the month, and 512 Kbps after 20 GB. Although even 4 Mbps is quite low compared to other parts of the world, it is a perfectly acceptable speed for me. But the problem is that that the FUP limit soon gets reached and I am stuck with an absurdly low 512 Kbps, which at max allows me to stream YouTube videos at 360p. Now, I noticed something: when I go to my modem settings I see that my downstream rate is still more than 4000 kbps. Does that mean my connection is still a 4 Mbps connection? Is it possible, somehow, to go back from 512 Kbps to 4 Mbps after the limit has been crossed? I'm sorry if I'm sounding ignorant. It's just that I have absolutely no knowledge about these things and so I have no idea whether it's possible (but I suppose it's probably not), and googling hasn't given me any proper results either.