Re: AT&T broadband users will soon face a cap on the amount of internet data they can download a[ Edited ]
03-20-2011 09:36:09 AM - edited 03-20-2011 09:39:44 AM
AT&T claims it's only about 2% of its users that are abusing the network, so why do the rest of us have to get punished? Why not just punish the ones who are using more than their fair share? I don't mind a cap under a "fair use" policy, but 150g is too low. Way too low. That's why I believe this entire thing is just a smoke screen to disquise AT&Ts greed to get more money out of us, and to prevent us from using services such as Netflix, which is competition for AT&T. I would love to have UVerse, and would subscribe to it in a heartbeast, but it's available almost NOWHERE. Why is AT&T trying to force users to a service it only offers to a tiny percentage of the country?
I personally don't know a single person who has Uverse simply because it isn't available. That's not our fault, that's AT&Ts fault. The rest of us get punished for it. Times are hard right now, and AT&T is already one of my most expensive utility bills, now they are going to potentially take even more money from me while giving me less in return. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. AT&T, come on.