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sonicmerlin

join:2009-05-24
Cleveland, OH
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reply to Gbcue

Re: AT&T Unlimited Users

said by Gbcue:

You are now welcome to join T-Mobile's much faster robust nationwide 4G HSPA+ network with the same throttling and lower cost.

To those who would rather pay for overages instead of being throttled, I'm sure AT&T would gladly let you switch to a data overage plan.

Uh...ATT still charges overages doofus.


Gbcue
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join:2001-09-30
Santa Rosa, CA
kudos:8
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said by sonicmerlin:

said by Gbcue:

You are now welcome to join T-Mobile's much faster robust nationwide 4G HSPA+ network with the same throttling and lower cost.

To those who would rather pay for overages instead of being throttled, I'm sure AT&T would gladly let you switch to a data overage plan.

Uh...ATT still charges overages doofus.

I didn't say it didn't.
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Thaler
Premium
join:2004-02-02
Los Angeles, CA
kudos:3
reply to sonicmerlin
said by sonicmerlin:

said by Gbcue:

You are now welcome to join T-Mobile's much faster robust nationwide 4G HSPA+ network with the same throttling and lower cost.

To those who would rather pay for overages instead of being throttled, I'm sure AT&T would gladly let you switch to a data overage plan.

Uh...ATT still charges overages doofus.

Wait...so you pay data overages AND have the pleasure of being throttled?


tiger72
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join:2001-03-28
Saint Louis, MO
kudos:1
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sucks for them

matrix3D

join:2006-09-27
Middletown, CT
reply to Thaler
No, this post neglects to mention that this only applies to those AT&T customers that still remain on the grandfathered unlimited data plans and are among the top 5% in terms of bandwidth usage. Those with "limited" plans that pay for overages are not affected by this.


Thaler
Premium
join:2004-02-02
Los Angeles, CA
kudos:3
Yeah, I kind of thought it wouldn't make sense to throttle those who already are pay-per-byte. AT&T would just be shooting itself in the foot in collecting data plan overages that way. However, I didn't see any specific descriptions to the throttled plans, so I didn't know if it was the unlimited customers or all customers.