1. NativeTxn's Avatar
    The article states what we already know, but hey, at least it hit a major media outlet - though I could just be out of the loop and it has been in all sorts of major outlets already...

    AT&T customers surprised by 'unlimited data' limit - Technology & science - Tech and gadgets - msnbc.com

    I've thought from day 1 that if they would approach it like Verizon where they only throttle you for a short period of time and don't drop you to unusable speeds, or if they did it like T-Mobile where you knew ahead of time what would get you throttled, there would be far fewer complaints since you would at least know what "rules" you were playing by. But with AT&T, there just seems to be little to no rhyme or reason why someone gets throttled.
    02-13-2012 11:20 AM
  2. LazrRocketArm's Avatar
    Faster the speeds go, the lower the allowable limits get.
    Soon we will be going so fast, we get throttled after the first hour of use!
    02-13-2012 11:29 AM