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skeechan
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reply to djrobx

Re: Now let's see how the hypocrites explain this...

People should actually read their terms of service.

»www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp···ahUXQ-id

If they aren't being billed, it's just because AT&T hasn't figured out how to do it yet.

said by ATT :
If you exceed your data plan in any subsequent billing period, we'll provide you with an additional 50 GB of data for $10. You'll be charged $10 for every incremental 50 GB of usage beyond your plan.
Importantly, if you do not receive a notice from AT&T, it means that you have not exceeded your data plan. In some cases, it may mean that we cannot measure your usage yet. Either way, you should not be concerned about your usage patterns for billing purposes.
Meanwhile that 50GB costs them pennies and they charge $10 whether you use 100KB of it or all of it. And while AT&T claims this is for bandwidth management we all know it is utter bullshit. Don't worry about getting ripped off for overage penalties until we figure out how to rip you off. Nice.


Rangerfan

@sbcglobal.net

Baloney. There is no issue with not knowing how to bill. Several ISP's have overage clauses in their terms of service agreements, but those clauses are not enforced.

I see that you are not a U-verse customer, so it is understandable that you do not know the facts.