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post #171 of 216
Quote:
Originally Posted by Djmatrix32;13418945 
I do not want DataCaps with my iphone!

land internet not cellphone internet

you already have data caps on smartphones
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post #172 of 216
AT&T got some lying skills.
Their surveys must've been also extremely biased.
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post #173 of 216
What a load of BS.
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Would you rather:
A.) Be sodomized by a fat guy named "Bubba"
B.) Be mauled by mountain lions
C.) Be falsely accused of terrorism and taken to Guantanamo
D.) Have a 5GB bandwidth cap on your internet


"Hey, we're even giving you more than you requested!"
post #175 of 216
AT&T landline internet being capped is ridiculous. Less data available and no price reduction. That's not right. I wouldn't mind it so much if they said something like you can opt into a capped connection for less. I won't use my full 250GB, so saving on my bill would be nice. Some people I know use tons of data for netflix and the like, and they could continue to enjoy that service at a non-lowered price

Edited: Completely misread OP
Edited by E_man - 5/7/11 at 5:12pm
    
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post #176 of 216
Next thing you know they're going to be sending AT&T agents to your home to assess the potential for risk of piracy and detain your information as they see fit. Because you know, we wanted it.

This reminds me of the idiot that gets thrown in prison for rape and when interviewed about it says... "oh yeah, she was wearing a dress. She was asking for it."

Just like America asked for Health Care reform.

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post #177 of 216
damn! those "end users"
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post #178 of 216
Having bandwidth caps is just going backwards. Its Prodigy, CompuServe, and AOL all over again.

Edit: DUH!! Made a stupid math error. Thanks cubanresourceful.

$55 a month for Uverse. $55/250GB=.22 Cents per GB
$10 for every 50GB over cap. $10/50GB=.20 Cents per GB
Edited by stimr2 - 5/8/11 at 11:27am
    
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post #179 of 216
Quote:
Originally Posted by stimr2;13430042 
Having bandwidth caps is just going backwards. Its Prodigy, CompuServe, and AOL all over again.

Right now I pay $55 a month for Uverse internet. So it works out to $4.55 per GB with the 250GB cap. It was stated ATT will charge $10 for every 50GB over the cap. So I'll be paying $5 a GB for going over the cap.

$1 per 5GBs, or $0.20 per GB.
post #180 of 216
DUH. I'm a idiot. I was just too pissed to realize my mistake. I also received a email with the updated polices from ATT and it had a section on the cap. But when I went to check on my usage it said it wasn't available yet. I switched from Time Warner because they sucked ass and now ATT is getting as bad as them.
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