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  1. I have cellular broadband through AT&T 4G LTE and a 50 GB limit at which point i'm not throttled, just deprioritized. When I am still within my limit I can get up to 29 Mbps, and after my limit I can get 6 to 9 Mbps depending on tower traffic even through vpn connections. I always connect to a Canada server from Michigan, but whenever I try to watch movies on Kodi I can barely get 1-2 Mbps. Is there anything that I can suggest to fix this problem? Maybe SSL or SSH or a specific settings change like ports, protocol, DNS?
  2. Hi I am moving house to a new area that has (as far as I can tell) Sky Fibre, Virgin Media 200Mbit/s and BT Infinity, in addition to having relatively good speeds on standard ADSL+ services. Ideally I'd move to Virgin Media (Branson being marginally less offensive than Murdoch). I'd give BT a go, but I've not had a good experience with their customer service. Since any LLU provider also suffers from OpenReach, I'd rather not go there, but needs must.... SO... Since I access the Internet (including from mobile devices) almost exclusively via my server's OpenVPN tunnel, and sometimes my usage gets pretty high, I was wondering if anyone could share their experiences. Do any providers have an active anti-VPN/anti-privacy policy?Do any aggressively restrict traffic volumes specifically for VPN?Do any of the so called "unlimited" services have traffic management policies that are not immediately apparent from their publicity materials?Many thanks
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