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AT&T, Where “Congestion” & Data Caps Only Apply To Existing Users

Ever since AT&T and Verizon got rid of unlimited wireless plans, both companies have used the questionable excuse of “congestion,” claiming that throttling data after remaining unlimited users pass an arbitrary threshold was necessary to keep data flowing. But in plans announced over the weekend, AT&T is effectively once again offering unlimited data (for a limited time) to new customers, which makes one wonder — what happened to all that congestion? [More]

Comcast: 250 GB Cap Coming October 1st?

Comcast: 250 GB Cap Coming October 1st?

Broadband Reports is saying that they’ve confirmed through several sources that Comcast is going to be instituting a 250GB cap on their high speed internet.

Comcast: You're Paying More For The Ability To Reach The Download Cap Faster

Comcast: You're Paying More For The Ability To Reach The Download Cap Faster