While most people have experienced cellular site congestion at the local level, recent studied have indicated that major congestion also occurs at Tier 1 peering points which would affect all type of networks.
 There are network controls available that can adjust access and assign priority to selected users. Some, such as Quality of Service (QoS) that assign priority to real-time applications like VoIP are acceptable. Others, such as "throttling" violate net neutrality concepts or are frowned upon.
 There is also anecdotal evidence in the Algoma District that the peak usage period closely follows the hours students are out of school including weekends.
 Any threshold ratio can be used such as 70/70 or 90/90. The lower the ratio, the more likely a higher score will be achieved.