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So the average price for everybody else will logically fall, right? HAHAH who am I kidding. Nah, it won't. Every time I come back to this thread I start nerd raging IRL.
I feel exactly the same way. In the article it states that customers are upset because they are paying as much as everyone else. Does this mean the monthly rate will drop??? Doubtful prices will go down.
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I feel bad for you guys in America :/
Dude I hate to break the bad news to you mate, but as America goes, so goes the world mate..

What you see is what you will get!
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So the average price for everybody else will logically fall, right? HAHAH who am I kidding. Nah, it won't. Every time I come back to this thread I start nerd raging IRL.
Same here...

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the thing that gets me the most is that a 60Mbps connection will get ~15TB of data max in a month, how can it possibly be legal to cap that connection with a limit below 1/2 day of max usage?
Exactly what iv been asking...how can it even be legal. 150GB is nothing at all...
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Comcast and AT&T are the only serious options in my area.. It's going to suck having to closely monitor mine and everyone else's activity with these kind of limits.

I'll likely just switch to comcast since they have a far faster service in my area with a higher cap.

Look at all the options our free system offers us!
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This is typical. They sell you broadband with no limits, then can go back and change the terms of the agreement.

Someone needs to file a class-action suit against AT&T for this.

This is like a car dealer selling you "top of the line" tires, then coming back later and saying "oh, you can only use them for 10k miles before you have to buy more from us".

Just sickening.
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This is typical. They sell you broadband with no limits, then can go back and change the terms of the agreement.

Someone needs to file a class-action suit against AT&T for this.

This is like a car dealer selling you "top of the line" tires, then coming back later and saying "oh, you can only use them for 10k miles before you have to buy more from us".

Just sickening.
It really is.... wow.
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I just wish someone like Warren Buffet would start an internet company, and offer 50Mb/s fibre home connections for like $40 a month and run all the other idiots out of business.
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Thats funny. here in canada I pay for the biggest possible subscription and I have a max of 60gb download + upload per month.

I think they upped it to 70gb last month but its still not a lot... I can never watch 1080p on youtube cause its too bandwidth-excessive
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Ha. I'm going to do this. If I get a phone call then man oh man I'll enjoy telling them what I think!
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Thats funny. here in canada I pay for the biggest possible subscription and I have a max of 60gb download + upload per month.

I think they upped it to 70gb last month but its still not a lot... I can never watch 1080p on youtube cause its too bandwidth-excessive
Looks like we'll be catching up to you pretty soon!
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