Perhaps a more detailed or better defined description of what triggers a true FAP condition when in SmartBrowse zone would be in order.
"Guess somebody didn't like my comment about setting minimum acceptable data speed I made the other day. It went poof too. Oh well, that's life."
What do you expect when you persist in thinking subversive thoughts ?
All Hughes plans have a data cap. The plans are "tiered " and those plans that cost more get more as to higher data caps and a higher max speed.
What you are proposing goes against logic because then all the plans would have the same capacity.
"SmartBrowse" is not a method to bypass data caps. That just is not reasonable with a satellite system.
SmartBrowse allows you to maintain "speed" for very minimal activities
As I stated before in another reply, perhaps there is something on your network running .... a background process, too many devices ... something that in the aggregate that is drawing data at a rate that when in SmartBrowse, exceeds that allowed data throughput causing you to FAP rather than SmartBrowse.