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Re: This could be easily explained
AT&T is in on it. You are claiming they never tested their own network or never test any phones being used on their network.
Every phone branded by AT&T is heavily tested on the network. AT&T would be testing everything like crazy. You have to in order to make the network reliable.
When these things are happened to a user, AT&T cannot play stupid. They probably made a decision somewhere to charge the user for internal data updates that have nothing to do with user generated traffic. And now it is going to bite them in the ass.
For all we know this phantom data is usage data that AT&T makes branded phones send to them so they can read user behavior to see how people use their phones.