I’ll refer to this post when telling someone about internet connection in Indonesia.
Here are the choices (in my location):
(kind of) cheap ones:
- low speed, “unlimited” bandwidth
- high speed, limited bandwidth (like, 30 USD for 3GB “up to 1 Mbps”)
Not so cheap:
- high speed unlimited bandwidth (60 USD for “up to 1 Mbps”)
And lastly (kind of) cheap:
- *damn it when will this certain ISP covers my city!!!!!!111* high speed unlimited bandwidth
Of course there’s always office/uni connection where most people usually downloads their “needs”.
Extra: Here’s the corporate connection pricing, if you’re wondering.
 unlimited: speed throttled to < 4 KB/s after the download count get past the limit for “large” transfer (10MB) reached in short time, for 30 minutes (must be disconnected or it won’t back to normal). OR woohoo-i’m-so-lucky-i-can-browse-or-even-connect.
*Note that by “high” I actually mean double-digit speed. Or perhaps triple-digit, if lucky. And by “low” I really mean single-digit speed. Or perhaps sometime double-digit, if lucky.
Corrections are welcome.