AT&T Ups Throttling Threshold to 3GB
Why so negative?
Providing infinite data costs a lot of money. AT&T is expected to maintain a certain profit margin and it cannot do so with rising costs. Therefore, it must cut costs in any way it can. Plus, the overages on extra GBs on the limited plans are lucrative, I'm sure.
Sprint remains the only carrier to not throttle its users, but that will change soon enough. Either that, or they will increase their premium. I'm also curious to see what Verizon has in store for us with their family data plans. The next few years will be quite interestin...
Dey Terkuh Jobes said:
Sprint remains the only carrier to not throttle its users, but that will change soon enough. Either that, or they will increase it.
Sprint is committed to providing their subscribers an UNLIMITED data experience on their handsets. The $10 Premium Data Fee for PDA phones is the beginning and the end of additional charges for the foreseeable future.
Sprint is in the middle of an LTE buildout of the network that will be the benchmark of wireless broadband
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