This is a genuine query! I’m not a Luddite, but I do not ‘like’ computers, to me they are just another tool. Here in Spain we have lost the UK TV we used to enjoy, however, it is still available over the interweb thingy. My question is this: if I download something, I have it for ever and I know that I will have used a certain amount of interweb to get it there. I am aware that downlading a movie for example has implications on your usage policy. If I am merely surfing or watching TV, will I be using the same amount of interweb? Could somebody please explain in words of one or two syllables the differences between ‘surfing’ and ‘downloading’! Am I being penalised for reading a news-paper or just reading a forum? I’m on a 1m contract – yes – you read that correctly, 1M, though between. 0.76 and 0.96 is normal. With around 0.90 and using Filmon I am getting the UK channels with virtually no buffering. Thanks for your informed help!! :wink: As an addendum, does leaving a machine on and connected to the interweb use up valuable resources? Apart from my leccy bill!