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said by starcaptor:The throttle *only* applies to the unlimited plan. The metered plan is billed per GB. You want to use $100 worth of data in a month watching netflix, AT&T is happy to bill you for that.
So logically, if everyone went to the 3 gig plan, and all used 3 gigs exactly, would thereby overly tax ATTs network which cant purportedly handle even 2 gigs per person o_O;;
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IPPlanManHoly Cable Modem Batman
So I guess they don't really care if the usage is that high as long as they're getting paid for it by the GB....
Heaven forbid an unlimited plan user does the same thing....
So it's not really about congestion is it?