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It's Official: AT&T Broadband Subscribers Wake Up Today with Data Caps @ Techgag

Posted on Tuesday, May 03 2011 @ 18:39:25 CEST by

Techgage reports AT&T has implemented data caps, you can read it over here.
Beginning today, AT&T will be implementing a monthly data cap plan for its DSL and U-verse customers. AT&T DSL customers will have a 150GB per month limit, while U-verse customers receive a slightly roomier 250GB monthly cap. Subscribers that exceed these limits will be charged $10 per each additional 50GB over the limit.

This decision very well could mark a turning point in history, and likely will encourage other major Internet Service Providers to join in. To put that in perspective, Comcast has roughly 16 million Internet subscribers, and AT&T’s recent plans will easily double that to north of 32 million U.S broadband customers that are now subject to data caps.



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