Alex Zaharov-Reutt at iTWire has a good write-up
on the potential bandwidth costs associated with watching video over Joost.
Most people usually speak to the advantages peer-to-peer offers. However, for those with bandwidth limits, peer-to-peer can suck your quota dry or mean higher bills if you get charged for additional usage. Throw into the mix streaming video at rates Joost suggests (320MB per hour down, 105MB per hour up), and you could have a potential disaster.
"If you watch 10 one hour shows, that's 3.3Gb you've just downloaded, and 1.5Gb you've uploaded. Watch a single one hour show for 30 days, and that's 9.9Gb. If you're stuck on a 10Gb download limit, you've just used it all up watching a Joost TV show every day," writes Alex.