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Skippy25

join:2000-09-13
Hazelwood, MO
reply to elray

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

The entire internet is public, stop trying to make this more confusing to fit your desire to create pay tolls.


skeechan
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Meanwhile it is all completely irrelevant since AT&T's subscribers ALREADY PAY FOR DELIVERY OF THE CONTENT. The cost of delivery of an additional GB of content is virtually ZERO.

The ONLY reason they cap and charge overages is to defend their video revenues. It isn't a coincidence that AT&T wasn't interested in capping until they became a video services provider.


Rangersfan

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said by skeechan:

The ONLY reason they cap and charge overages is to defend their video revenues. It isn't a coincidence that AT&T wasn't interested in capping until they became a video services provider.

I will repeat, there are no bandwidth caps or overage fees being applied to U-verse internet.

Skippy25

join:2000-09-13
Hazelwood, MO
reply to skeechan
Not sure why I cant respond to you directly Fan, but yes currently they do not meter because they can't get their crap straight to do it correctly and accurately.

However, once they figure that out they will enforce the caps that they have inserted into their TOS.


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Clock is ticking fanboys
AT&T fanboys can deny it until they're blue in the face. If they aren't getting it now, it is only a matter of time. They are already hitting DSL users with the overages. AT&T states in their FAQ that the users not getting slammed now are only off the hook because they haven't figured out how to meter them yet....YET. They'll get the meter fixed and AT&T U-Verse subs will have their fat overage bills soon enough.

The fact is the caps and overage penalties are AT&T policy.