Is cable-one fast enough for Netflix instant streaming?

Cable one will be fast enough until you have dowloaded 1347 MB of data then the speed is cut to 1500 kb second, regardless of how a fast a service you have paid for with unlimited usage. Here is their quote: The enforcement period begins mid-afternoon and continues until approximately midnight. For example: A "Residential" customer getting extended speeds who consumes 1,347 MB of download bandwidth during the measurement period will automatically change provisioning to Standard Speeds until midnight of that day. Yes, until you hit their download cap. Then your speed cuts in half, which would be OK if Netflix would simply lower quality by 1/2 instead of using buffering. Buffering assumes you will resume speed (which you will after midnight)but not while watching the movie at hand. The reduced speed severely affects upload speeds (300 k down to 47k) which makes my VOIP phone almost worthless. We should all get together and with the help of Netflix and other online video suppliers take these guys to court, they are very sneaky and almost refuse to tell you about their download restriction. Here it is:Bandwidth, Data Storage and Other Limitations...The enforcement period begins mid-afternoon and continues until approximately midnight. For example: A "Residential" customer getting extended speeds who consumes 1,347 MB of download bandwidth during the measurement period will automatically change provisioning to Standard Speeds until midnight of that day. So even if you buy their fastest plan they will dump you to 1500kb second about 2/3 of the way through the movie with 3000kb service and much sooner if you have faster service which means that Netflix will download at better quality which means you us up your MB allotment even sooner, so, the higher speed service causes movie interruption sooner than the slow service.