We provide 3Mbps burstable dedicated, 10Mbps dedicated, 50Mbps dedicated, 80Mbps dedicated, 100Mbps dedicated and 100Mbps shared connection. You are allowed to sustain using up to 100% of your allocated bandwidth if you are on dedicated plans. With 3Mbps burstable dedicated connection, you can even use up to 10Mbit because it is burstable. However, 3Mbps customers that sustain to use more than 3Mbit (inbound + outbound) for 3 hours is not allowed.
3 Mbit sustained is about 30 gigs per day, which is less than 1000 gigs per month. So you don't even allow that much per month. But you are also saying its "unmetered Bandwidth". How can you say this when your TOS does not even allow 1 terrabyte a month?
It's unmetered on 3Mbit guaranteed connection. I clearly posted the bandwidth cap, nothing wrong. Plus it's burstable to 10Mbit.
Unmetered doesn't mean it has to be 10Mbit, 100Mbit, or even more
It still is not very clear. You seem to have a 3 hour sustained cap if I am not mistaken. 3 Mbps inbound plus 3 Mbps outbound = 6 Mbps total? Or perhaps it is 1.5 Mbps i + 1.5 Mbps o = 3 Mbps both ways? Supposing someone were to run a web proxy that is a very possible scenario, do you even allow proxies? One would add up to 1000 GB per month and the other would add up to 2000 GB per month. I still don't quite understand how much bandwidth someone can use up before they are considered abusive and their account cancelled?