AT&T Tells Us Meters Not Enabled in All Markets
No Numbers to Provide, no Timetable on Deployment
As we noted earlier this week
, AT&T has officially shifted their residential broadband pricing to the cap and overage model. The company now caps DSL users at 150GB, U-Verse users at 250GB, and charges $10 for every 50GB over the cap users travel. Except many of our users keep telling us that the meter isn't available
. "The majority of our customers have access to this tool today," AT&T spokesman Seth Bloom tells Broadband Reports, though Bloom was unable to give specific numbers. "In some locations the tool is under construction and will be available at a later date," he says. "Any affected customer will hear directly from us before any account changes are made: first, when the ability to measure their own usage is available and numerous times when they approach their usage allowance -- unless and until then, there is no impact," says AT&T.