Re: my god
said by me1212:that would require too much thinking on att part.
ATT could have made this much easier on every1 by just using pure fiber,
·Time Warner Cable
| They don't use "internet" TV, they use IPTV. Just because they use "internet protocol" doesn't mean they're using the public routed internet service - that service you pay a monthly fee for that's subject to certain speeds, possibly caps and net neutrality rules. Internet service is not even required for U-verse TV services to function. Nor is it required for U-verse Voice, their IP phone solution.|
If you networked a couple computers together to transfer files, do they have internet access? Of course not. Just because they have IP addresses and can move data back and forth, doesn't mean they're utilizing the internet. AT&T's CallVantage service does require public routed internet service to work. So use of that would be subject to metering.
This comes up again and again. I'm not a fan of the AT&T cap, but trying to say that AT&T is doing something wrong by not including their IPTV data in the cap is ridiculous. Yes, its delivered over the same pipe, but it's a different service, billed for separately.
Your funeral. Delivered.