AT&T explains limits for 'unlimited' data plans

By Leeky ยท 52 replies
Mar 2, 2012
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  1. AtaliaA1

    AtaliaA1 TS Rookie

    I am interested in knowing what Netflix and Hulu are doing about the caps. Even Oregin and Steam have to make a stand against this or their business model is out the door. Seems they are applying a wait and see attitude to this when they should be at the forefront of this issue.

    A bill in cogress to stop this? Wow Legislating morality is soo sooooo sad for America and its Corperate Economy.
  2. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 9,719   +3,697

    Whats new about that, morality has always been an issue with upper management.
  3. Grateful

    Grateful TS Rookie

    "Guest said:

    The point isn't the amount. The point is that it's wrong for them to pull in a bunch of customers with "unlimited data" and change the deal afterwards."

    This truly is the point- not how much bandwidth or data is used. When I signed up for AT&T (actually I merely attached myself to my husband's account), I got a very long, vague description of what "unlimited" data meant. I was not iPhone smart at the time and just figured my husband would know all about it. Not! It truly is deception on AT&T's part; even the clerk who helped me knew he couldn't come right out and explain that the advertisement was not true. This really stinks, and I really don't know what to do about it (other than change carriers after the contract is up.)

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