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Will you pay a higher membership fee to avoid download limits?

Type: Billing
Yes 38% 18 Votes
No 49% 23 Votes
Maybe (see reply) 13% 6 Votes

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47 Votes Total

Feb 26, 2007

Poll Replies (10)

Replies to the user poll above.

Msg # User Message Date

1

Monahan (42) Haven't encountered very many recently. It was an issue a few years back and it really pissed me off back then. I swore that I would never sign up with any site with DRM or with download limits ever again.
02-26-07  10:06am

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SnowDude (214) It really would depend on the deal and how much I wanted to download the content. If it was something unique and I was really into it, absolutely. If it's just an ok site that's really adding restrictions under a so-called "deal of more downloads", not a chance.
02-26-07  11:49am

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DivBZero (13) Paying to download extra content puts me off. However there are a number of situations where it would be acceptable:

a) Full length DVDs.

b) Ultra high resolution videos.

02-26-07  12:47pm

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littlejoe (23) if theyre honest about download limits (like they actully tell you instead of you finding out the hard way) then either i dont join or i go through and get only what i want, then go through again and download til i exceed the limit
02-26-07  03:28pm

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Drooler (220) I'd have to be dying for it to actually pay extra to avoid DRM. Otherwise, what a cheap scam! Trying to prey on ignorance, as if we don't know that it costs them NOTHING additional to provide vids without DRM or volume limits unless they got themselves into a bad hosting deal and are passing it on to us. But as Monahan points out, that little experiment a few years ago didn't turn out as was hoped! Hah!
04-15-07  07:35am

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kkman112 (12) Can't afford the bandwidth? Use P2P technology. It works. I think at this point ALL video should be at least full-screen TV quality MINIMUM. Sites that don't have this, I don't stay. DRM? No, just... no.
05-05-07  01:14am

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Gazette Risque (55) Depends on how much and what the content is.
If it's a really good site or network and the extra cash isn't more than 2 or 3 bucks...

Otherwise I'd most likely search for another site.

06-03-07  09:46pm

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apoctom (145) No, I would just avoid sites that impose download limits. I think that charging more to avoid download limits is nickel-and-diming your customers and I don't care for it.
07-11-07  09:19pm

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Schnitzel (29) No,

I wouldn't join a site that had any download limits in the first place.
Charging more to avoid any limits seems a bit greedy anyway.

Each sites going to have users who download lots, and those who don't download as much. So it generally evens out.

07-14-07  11:08am

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Wittyguy (95) With companies like Comcast already trying out download limits (you pay more for unlimited download) I would expect that more porn sites will follow in the future.
07-17-08  03:38pm

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