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amritraj

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Hi. I'm at college and my university only allows me to view up to 5 GB of traffic incoming or outgoing per month. I like to stream tv and music and cannot live with only 5 GB. If you go over the charges are outrageous. What I was wondering was if there was a way to avoid this or somehow trick the system. I'm not really great with technology but I read something about proxies that can hide ip addresses. Could I use a proxy, or is there something better? Thanks a lot guys.
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You will just have to learn to live with it. There is no way around the limit.
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You will just have to learn to live with it. There is no way around the limit.
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You will just have to learn to live with it. There is no way around the limit.
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