AT&T Capping up your Internet

4 11 2008

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By Kris at 7:30 PM

Today it is normal for a person to consume around 15GB a day on the internet with so much good content and so many ways to download it. Well some ISPs were mad that their costumers were taking too much data in, which made their servers work harder. So first it was Comcast that capped their customer’s internet to a reasonable 250GB a month. But now AT&T is launching a metered billing trial in Reno, Nevada. AT&T’s internet speeds range from 768 kbps to 6 Mbps, so you would see caps ranging from 20 GB to 150 GB per month. Every gigabyte you go over its $1.

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