Did we say unlimited?

Om Malik notes that Verizon’s VoiceWing Unlimited VoIP plan may not be so unlimited after all. From the fine print:

Usage must be consistent with normal residential use for one household. Verizon reserves the right to monitor usage for possible abuse of service. For packages with unlimited calling, more than 5,000 minutes a month is considered beyond normal residential use and may be investigated, resulting in potential termination of service.

As Om notes, that’s about 2 hours and 46 minutes a day each month.

Wiktionary defines “unlimited” as “limitless or without bounds; unrestricted”. Doesn’t putting a limit on “unlimited” violate truth in advertising laws? Either there is a limit, or there isn’t.