I struggle to find an ISP that does give you a dl limit.
Seriously. Most services nowadays, at least in Florida, you just pay for your internet, they set your speed according to the price you pay, and voila, you can download whatever you want as long as you don't hack the system somehow and change your dl speed. The more files you download, the slower your internet goes, so they don't lose money because they don't have to give your computer any more speed...
I don't understand how people can live with dl limits nowadays.
Ever heard of Comcast Cable? They'll cut you off, but the limit is so high most people don't encounter it.
However, this guy did, in my area, it was in the news 6 months ago or so here at least, in Seattle, WA, USA http://venturebeat.c...igh-data-usage/