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About bandwith in KaZaA

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by robbie, Jun 24, 2002.

  1. robbie

    robbie Member

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    I am just new...pls
    What bandwith is about in KaZaA, and if I download beetwen the different bandwith is it charge more to my provider payment...I mean the bigger bandwith I used, the bigger payment on my online in internet provider payment?

     
  2. Jake3202

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    Bandwith is how much upload speed you have, or something close to that. If you have a greater internet connection, it will be higher. For example, T3 is higher than Cable or DSL. Thus, allowing you to download at a higher speed with someone who has a lot of bandwith. You use NO bandwith downloading from someone. So, you internet bill will not be higher. But connecting to Kazaa uses a little bit. And I doubt Internet Service Providers charge you by how much Bandwith you use.
     
  3. hatcheck

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    no, your isp provider won't charge you for downloading from someone with t3 broadband if you only have 56k. That's not how it works. YOU get whatever service package and pay for that, regardless of what speed the other kazaa/winmx/etc users have. It only means that downloading from T1 or T3 users takes less time than dling from another 56k user.

    You pay for what you get, what's available (in the uk, mostly 56k) and whatever amount of that you use (a lot of isps do flat rate charges now which is much better).
     

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