I have an unlimited super fast ADSL+ 2 uncapped (I.e. download to your hearts content) for $39.99 a month. It might be worth looking at smaller companies as they might provide batter service and products. I personally not very interested in what TELSTRA, Optus and iiNet provide. With exception of iiNet their products are usually overpriced and their call centeres are as helpful as my Grandma.corrected version of first question:
in US I have sort of unlimited bandwidth and a heavy usage of internet isnt a problem for say 50 dollars a month.
However, when I went to India and used like 70% of that internet usage frequency(wireless connection) I was billed 3500 in 21 days based on gigs of bandwidth used.
What I was wondering is, can a net savvy person of moderate income
* be online 16x7 doing video streaming, torrenting, downloading big files and emails with big attachments and still feel fiscally safe at end of the month(with a FIXED monthly payment)???