It's very technical language, and I'll try to simplify it. Essentially, they said that right now we insist that each customer of an ISP who goes over the limit pay the extra charge, or that the ISP charge them on a per customer basis. She said why not allow some averages there. The easiest way to explain it is to give an example.
You have three customers. The cap is 20 gigabytes, let us say. One uses 25, one uses 15, one uses five. If the cap is 20, obviously with three customers it would be 60. Add the usage of the three of them up and they don't go over 60, but the one that used 25 went over the cap and therefore should pay. In the scenario if you average it out, you would only have to pay if they went over 60.
There's another way of doing it. As I mentioned in response to a question from Mr. Van Kesteren, that's undoubtedly something that will be put to us, and we will have to think through how it works and how technically difficult or easy it is to do that. It will require probably a whole different system of measuring and accounting.