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AT&T to Throttle Heaviest Data Hogs

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ElTriste

Jul 30, 2011, 7:40 PM
ATT's Network has been in steady decline since they began to shut down the "EDGE" network. Granted, in places where you have GSM service, it's SUPER fast, but in all honesty, it's damn near impossible to get great signal unless you have an "X" ducttaped to that spot and you're standing there. Same goes for Sprint's WiMax (which they wanna dump for some reason, even though REAL network technicians think it's a MUCH better choice than LTE, but what does the EIA/TIA and tha IEEE know) And Verizon's LTE. They all blow. Once again, we're back to the 90's when it comes to service...and I find it rather peculiar. ATT isn't throttling because they don't have the infrastructure...they're doing it BECAUSE THEY CAN. VZW does it, Tmobile does it. Only c...
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pickles

Jul 30, 2011, 8:26 PM
Excellent post man. Well said.
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Slammer

Jul 31, 2011, 8:33 AM
I really admire this post. Most of it has considerable accuracy and validity.

Unfortunately, your post will be ignored such as mine, because it is not the popular view of the high percentage of paid carrier representatives in this forum. They are not consumers outside of their industry. They get deep discounts on gasoline for their cars or gas and electric for their homes just like they do for their phone plans. It's in their employee manual. That's why they can't grasp what mainstream consumers as yourself are talking about.

John B.
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