Actually, you are the one who is ridiculous. The word "unlimited" is pretty clearly defined. Look it up in the dictionary. There is no vagueness or ambiguity about its meaning, so any company that uses the term "unlimited" in their marketing, and then includes fine print in their contract to explain the limits of their "unlimited" plans is lying, plain and simple.
Definition of UNLIMITED
1. lacking any controls : unrestricted <unlimited access>
2. boundless, infinite <unlimited possibilities>
3. not bounded by exceptions
Unlimited means without limits, period. If you impose limits to something marketed as unlimited, then that's fraud.
Sorry, but I am really sick of the nonsense companies get away with in their marketing. If it's not limits to unlimited plans, it's free stuff you have to pay a separate "processing" fee for, or a 50 inch "class" TV that is really only 49.5 inches, and don't even get me started with hard drive sizes! It's sad that most people willingly accept being defrauded and ripped off. In your case, even to the point of defending the very companies that are reaming you. Companies really need to be held accountable for this crap!
1. Most people know you'll never get a fully advertised hard drive space because of accolation and things like that
2. You will never get the actually size of a an advertised tv because of the frame or housing, if you literally only got the screen then you'd have an a argument
3. With free items, yes there's a processing fee, but sometimes it's so miniscule most people just say it's free unless you're a penny pincher
So that's my rant for the day
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