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Broadband without Big Bills!

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Broadband without Big Bills!

Do you wonder how close you are to exceeding your monthly broadband internet plan’s usage amount?

For a number of years companies and schools have had this ability via products such as inGOT, produced by local company Liverton. InGOT, which has been used in New Zealand, Australia and South Africa for a number of years is a leader in tracking, managing, controlling, and reporting, internet access costs and usage by schools, tertiary institutions and companies.

The good news is that Liverton has recently released inGOT LITE.

“With more and more home users installing broadband we felt it time that we introduced a tool to allow people to keep track of their personal broadband usage”, says Richard Bourne, Liverton’s Technical Director. “This LITE version of inGOT, allows a home based user to keep track of real-time internet traffic usage. We have even implemented a predictive usage calculation so that you can determine expected excess usage charges, and get a warning when you exceed a pre-determined limit that you set”.

“We saw a need to give the home user some control over what the internet was costing them” says Bourne. With broadband, it can be difficult, particularly all members of the family use the family PC to work out where you are at without some sort of tool like inGOT LITE. We have even made it easy to get. Users can download it from our website (http://www.ingotlite.com/) and after a simply registration can use it for free for up to 30 days.”

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