16-10-2018 08:58 AM
A 4K movie may consume 50-60GB data per movie but for you to hit the 1TB limit that would mean streaming at least one 4K movie every single day. I'm not sure about you but if it's me I'd be out of things to watch in a month if I did that, and considering the average speed I'm getting from Infinite 150, streaming 4K movie is impossible. You're most likely downloading. Illegally perhaps?
you brought up ssth interesting and i Googled for some extra details. here's something i found from Consumer Report website:
"... analyst's estimate of typical usage, which has Netflix subscribers spending two hours each day using the service."
"Streaming 4K content with high dynamic range can eat up 7GB to 10GB of data per hour. So, does that get us close to 1TB in a month?
Not really. Even using the more aggressive estimate of 10GB per hour, you'd still need to watch 100 hours of 4K movies and TVs shows each month, or roughly 3.33 hours a day. You could watch every episode from all four seasons of "House of Cards"—52 hours in all—in 4K resolution in one month and barely crack the halfway mark of your data cap."
09-01-2019 03:32 AM
10-01-2019 11:40 AM
Basically, Digi Infinite 150 plan is unlimited internet service, Eyyrul. However, the system requires a figure input. So, 1TB was set to fill-up the requirement. If somehow our customers manage to reach that figure and unable to use it then, they can always check back with us and we will assist further ya. TQ.