150 GB for Slower than 1.5 Mbps, 250 GB Otherwise
An anonymous poster to our CenturyLink forums claims the company is preparing to impose usage caps on their DSL customers. According to a supposed memo posted by the user, the company is changing its terms of service to reflect the fact they will be putting a 150 GB cap on users with connections 1.5 Mbps or slower, and a 250 GB cap on users who have connections faster than 1.5 Mbps. While the user posted a memo claiming the TOS language is being changed this week, a page on the CenturyLink website (and this pdf FAQ) confirms the changes but states the actual caps won't be imposed until February (2012).
Way to kill the internet in the West area of the U.S.... recession/depression is getting worse as predicted.