At the Bayan Telecommunications official forum, the indicated monthly internet cap for subscribers is said to be at 100GB per month though this has not been completely confirmed since the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) has not specified it.
1. What is the monthly bandwidth limit per subscriber?
The limit per subscriber ay any given month must not exceed 100 gigabytes.
2.Why is there a bandwidth limit?
bayanDSL must ensure the quality of service of all subscribers within a vicinity. If a single subscriber exceeds the allowable bandwidth limit at 100 gigabytes per month, then this directly affect other subscribers within your vicinity.
3.What are my options? What if I need a higher bandwidth plan?
To upgrade your bayanDSL residential plan, please call 449-2000.
To convert to a corporate plan, please call 449-9999.
4.How will I know if I have exceeded my limit?
You can monitor your bandwidth usage at ” www.bayan.com.ph/aup/usage ” using your existing bayanDSL username and password.
If this is true, their cap is the most generous among the others we’ve checked before.
We’ll be getting official statement from Bayan regarding this cap and if indeed this is imposed. Will update once I get their reply.