Originally Posted by hammong
I suggest you check the fine print on the EULA for AT&T and see if anything you've been doing is against the terms of service. My guess is that they did catch you running torrents, and if you did it for any length of time - you probably earned yourself an automatic throttle for bandwidth abuse. You might need to call them and plead ignorance or ask for a second chance.
After my dealings with AT&T over wireless issues, I will never give them another penny of my money until the day I die.
Just got started with the service today.
The torrents I had going are ones for FOSS software that I started to test my up speed and a linux mint ISO (the file that took me hours) to see if it was only in my browser. (5 minutes in torrent)
Originally Posted by Fishinfan
When you said torrents,I am thinking that they might've have caught you and slowed you down.Have you ran a speedtest yet?
Speedtests are identical. Still just below promised.
EDIT: Speedtest image
Think it might be time to go crawling back to TWC Edited by Wolfram - 7/16/13 at 10:57pm