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AT&T Starts Throttling Heavy Data Users

tekgoblin (1675894) writes | more than 2 years ago

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tekgoblin writes "AT&T has started tossing out warnings for users that fall into that 5% area of top data users on their network. AT&T announced this change back in July and is now starting to actually enforce it."
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Should I worry? (1)

mcgrew (92797) | more than 2 years ago | (#37568148)

Whenever my netbook is open there are torrents streaming. My main computer uses the TV as a monitor, as well as a radio (now you can hear KSHE!). I don't have cable, so I watch a lot of Hulu. Usually the radio or hulu is going in one computer while I'm uploading torrents and surfing on the other computer.

I live alone, so this must only affect larger households with Hulu streaming from five devices and torrents uploading/downloading from five computers or something, becsue I've gotten no notices.

Oops, my bad (1)

mcgrew (92797) | more than 2 years ago | (#37568362)

I should have read the fucking article; this is about PHONE data caps. AT&T isn't just a phone company, they're my internet provider. I use BOOST for my phone.

Actually, the submission should have specified WHICH AT&T customers. This doesn't apply to me although I'm an AT&T customer.

Re:Oops, my bad (1)

tekgoblin (1675894) | more than 2 years ago | (#37569732)

The title field is very limited to what you can put in it. Wireless would have put it over the character limit I believe.
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