Saturday, 3 March 2012

AT&T Adjusts Data-Throttling Policy in Response to Customer Complaints

In response to recent widespread criticism, AT&T announced Thursday that it will simplify elements of its throttling policy for unlimited-data-plan subscribers. All unlimited-data-plan users who exceed 3GB of data in a single month will now experience reduced speeds on AT&T's 3G network for the remainder of their billing cycles. 4G subscribers, meanwhile, can use up to 5GB of data in a billing period, after which data speeds will be throttled.

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