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Okay, before I get to the problem, some background information. At home we're on an ADSL2+ internet plan with Telstra. Said plan has a set usage limit (20GB IIRC); once exceeded, you're charged extra for how much you go over by. I know, it's fucking criminal, but there's nothing we can do about it. Out of myself, my parents and my younger brother, only my technologically-challenged mother doesn't use the internet.
In the past there have been months where we went over, and every single time I've been blamed for it. Only a couple of times did I consider it to be the case; both those occasions I'd spent a good amount of time playing online and such. But in the past two months, I haven't even touched an online game, and in fact my overall web usage has gone down; I generally only browse PAF and a couple other sites (mostly PAF though).
So imagine my surprise last night when my father rung to inform me that we'd gone over. He then proceeded to inform me that I would be paying the extra (which I have absolutely no intention of doing), and generally acted as if I was the only person responsible. This morning he disconnected our router (not a major issue, I still have my iPhone), and seems intent on putting as much of the blame on me as possible.
tl;dr: we used too much internet, I don't think it's my fault, yet my dad acts like it totally is. Who is really to blame here, and what should I do about it?