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My ISP sent me a note saying that I have been online too much.
They tell me that even though I have "Unlimited Time" that I have
8- 10 hours / day limit for residential use.
Is there a freebie (Freeware) plug in that will add up the time I am
using SeaMonkey "Online" so that I can keep an eye on this thing?
Most DSL or Cable folk are probably amused by this.
I have dial-up, so whatever time I am online - is, of necessity, longer
than DSL or Cable folk need.
Any help would be appreciated.
This program is a "come on."
The Free Program is 'Limited'.
You are asked to buy the unrestricted program and it is clunky.
I was wondering if there was a SM plugin, but nowadays, such things are
Yes - my ISP (basicisp.net) doesn't know what "unlimited" means....
"Dear Valued Customer,
We are writing you concerning your internet usage. While our service is
unlimited, we have a system safeguard that does trigger an interruption
to any account that hits a certain amount of hours each month.
Our service is for residential use only, not available for business
purposes or as a dedicated service. We ask that you please do not use
our service as a dedicated connection. We consider any connection of
8-10 hours or more a day to be a dedicated connection. Unfortunately, we
are unable to support anymore than this. Please disconnect when you are
not using the internet.
Your current usage as of 08/26/2009 is 234 hours.
If you feel that I have sent you this email in error, or that there may
be further problems, please feel free to email, or give us a call.
Thank you and I hope you are having a great day!
Rachel, Agent 202
Tier 2 Customer Support
Hours of Operation
Sun: 1PM-7PM EST"
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