I was as of yesterday and am pretty pissed. I have an unlimited plan and have for somewhere around 5 years now. They all of a sudden bring in tiered plans and we get screwed?
If your going to throtle us, at least don't do it until we hit the max number of your tiered data plan which is 5GB. Not 3GB like they upgraded us to yesterday.
With that said, it makes sense (in an odd way), that customers get slowed down at the 3GB.
Note: My theory; AT&T is only trying to slow down iPhone users since they're HUGE data hogs. They just haven't found a smart way of doing it just yet. Give them some time. They'll work out the kinks.
Anyone else noticed this? I use an iPhone 4s
IF YOU ARE THROTTLED THERE ARE WAYS TO RESTORE YOUR SPEEDS AND REMAIN ON/USING THE UNLIMITED PLAN...
May I ask how to do so in case this happens to me again?
The Phoenix said:
apn changes and device setting changes (some that may require root access)
these setings and the steps can vary by device. If anyone wants to know how to do it, on what ever phone they may have, can google it.
but wow, what a possibly mute conversation. I have no clue if this fix can be implemented on an iphone. I see no reason it couldn't be on a jail-broken iphone but for sure not stock. I may take some time to look into it for you when I get home (and by that I mean utilize my mystical google powers) just to know for sure. However I do recommend all future upgrades be used on REAL phones.