Plus if an ISP can't handle its load, it should'nt be offering what it is... If the customer is using what they are paying for, then where is the problem??
Oh yeah, when the likes of Virgin are offering stupid speeds in the numbers game race without the infastructure to cope with customers actually using it.
I pay for 8Mbps downstream and 1.3Mbps upstream, it say's unlimited and within reason, (i don't mind a lenient fair use policy) I expect to be able to use it.
And I don't expect my ISP to start moaning to the likes of BBC and other content provider's because myself and other customers are making use of their services.
Maybe this could herald the start of providers "getting real" with their promises, speeds etc... I for one, do hope so.