Chances are, your cable provider has allotted you with some kind of bandwidth cap, depending on your plan. You stream stuff on Amazon, download seasons of the HBO series du jour, but how often—if ever—do you go over that limit?
Even if you don't, we're interested to know how much of your allotted data you're actually using. Who is your cable provider? Do you even have a bandwidth cap? Where do you live? And most importantly, what kinds of things are you doing with your monthly bandwidth? Of course, you'll eat through 300GB a month a hell of a lot faster downloading say, 4K porn than you would streaming a single song on Spotify. Regardless, we want to hear from you.