HughesNet Internet Users Revolt Against 24-Hour Caps

Satellite broadband may be your best bet if you’re out of range of other options. Though none of the major satellite providers get high marks from users HughesNet ranks the lowest. A major reason for that being the company’s daily rolling usage caps (“fair access policy”), which exist to help counter the company’s overall lack of satellite capacity and FAP just got significantly worse.

Before April 18, HughesNET customers on the Professional tier could download up to 350MB in a four hour period. They’ve since been restricted to 375MB over a 24 hour period, after which their connections are throttled to marginally usable status for 24 hours (this used to be 12).
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