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  • adj. Not throttled.


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un- +‎ throttled


  • Last week the CRTC sided with Bell against a group of small Internet Service Providers who want to offer their customers unthrottled connections where what they download is their own business and not subject to interference.

    Boing Boing

  • To counter the p2pnet article, Bell Canada later made a script for its phone reps to use in an unsuccessful bid to prevent the exodus to the unthrottled wholesalers, whom Bell later also throttled, in the process of opening the doors to a serious competition problem.

    Bell Canada throttling, DPI fight isn’t over

  • Add the effect of hybridizing the gasoline engine, which largely eliminates the throttling losses of the gasoline engine vis-à-vis the unthrottled diesel, and the gasoline hybrid and diesel are essentially identical on a miles per pound basis.

    The Long Quest for More Miles Per Gallon

  • Surtees said with unthrottled rage, 'Tell your wife to get out of my way.

    To The Hilt

  • The dimensioning of the inlets for fuel gas, however, needs to consider the fuel requirement at unthrottled operation for maximum performance, i.e. at maximum intake.

    6. The Gas Otto Engine

  • Desperate, strong and resistless, unthrottled by fear or defeat,

    The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses

  • In fact, it could be worse, because the long-polling might spin out of control into an unthrottled, continuous loop of immediate polls.

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  • The Vodafone unlimited plan in Australia is now the only one we're aware of worldwide that includes unthrottled, unmetered service; it costs Au$49. 95 (US$42) per month.

    TidBITS: Apple News for the Rest of Us

  • If you like your unlimited internet to be unlimited, unthrottled and uncapped (except by the bandwidth you are paying for).

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • And as for unthrottled connections - so called 'Pro' connections - users already pay a premium for those in addition to which they will often face some kind of bandwidth cap. News


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