What is the difference between unmetered and metered bandwidth?

Example: 1mbps unmetered or 150 GB Bandwidth

In the example above - you have two options for your bandwidth allotment. The first one is 1mbps unmetered. This translates to your bandwidth being unlimited - however its speed is capped at 1mb per second. The alternative of 150GB metered - means that your bandwidth is tracked to a cap of 150GB - but you are able to utilize the full speed of the bandwidth pipe - most often 100mbps.
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