During some recent changes with website look and user's control panel, Broadlink has also changed in its one of the terms of Unlimited package. Now they inserted a term called "Fair Usage Policy (FUP)" under which speed will be rationalized once data allowance for each service plan is reached. It means now they are limiting unlimited by the limited bandwidth, which is bad news for downloaders. However for normal user, they may never exceed their limit. They also have this message on their website
Broadlink may further rationalize your speed, suspend or cancel your service in each case without any prior notification.The price of unlimited packages are: (Excluding tax)
This may sound unfair for users because what they are selling is "Unlimited internet" and they actually have limit on it. This also has bright sides, the user who is excessively consuming bandwidth and eating the overall bandwidth of network will be filtered by this new rule.
I have also noticed the speed of internet has increased by 75% to 100% by recent changes. I don't know the actual reason for greater speed, either they actually have increased speed or most of users are still facing problem to connect internet and I'm getting their speed.