Reddit user TheReverndZ shows the text he just got from AT&T. He was over 11GB (!!) today for the month which is pretty hefty to say the least. Next month, he’s probably going to get throttled as per the news we broke in June.
Starting October 1, smartphone customers with unlimited data plans may experience reduced speeds once their usage in a billing cycle reaches the level that puts them among the top 5 percent of heaviest data users. These customers can still use unlimited data and their speeds will be restored with the start of the next billing cycle. Before you are affected, we will provide multiple notices, including a grace period.
Don’t laugh Verizon users. Yours is coming too. Sprint, for the record, says it won’t throttle guys like Skelatwork, if they get the iphone
- AT&T to implement data throttling in early October, just in time for iPhone 5 (9to5mac.com)
- Verizon begins throttling iPhone unlimited 3G customers who use 2GB/month (9to5mac.com)
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