Originally Posted by ghostrider85
Being that fast doesn't really matters because they will just throttle you down
No, they don't.
Or I should say, if you have unlimited data, then they may throttle you after a certain point of excessive data usage. Verizon does the same thing.
If you're on a tiered plan, no throttling will ensue.
Verizon offers 2GB of data for $30, AT&T offers 3GB.
If you have unlimited data on Verizon now, be prepared to pay full price for every phone you buy, once you get one on a subsidized price, you lose your unlimited data. Nice.
And if you tell me that didn't happen to you, you are either a liar, or just lucky. I'll assume lucky.
Originally Posted by Lxcivic2k1
Completely agree. I switched to Verizon and have loved being treated as a Customer and not a slave. AT&T tries to add extra charges when they can too!
Could you outline what the charges entailed? I've never heard of that before and I've been with AT&T a long time.
I've never even seen a thread here about that.
Sent from my Galaxy S II, so ignore typos. >__>