Globe had put the word out that they will be implementing the “fair-use” policy wherein broadband internet users will have a limited bandwidth of 1GB per day. “Globe implemented a policy that promotes a more responsible way of using the Internet that will ensure fair and optimum usage of its broadband services across all subscribers,” according to the company's statement.
The said policy aims to crack down on abusive internet users.
In a recent internal analysis, Globe said about 5 percent of abusive subscribers use 80 percent of the available broadband Internet bandwidth in the company’s network.
This leaves only 20 percent of the capacity to be shared by 95 percent of the remaining users. [source]
Well, my take is why do the 95% of the users have to bear this cap when only 5% is abusing the service? Crack down on that 5 percent and lift the cap.