cross-posted to include the current group.
> AT&T's throttling, from PC World:
>> AT&T Wireless Bandwidth Throttling: The Backlash Has Begun
>> AT&T has begun throttling its biggest bandwidth hogs. Now (big
>> surprise) customers are tearing into AT&T with complaints.
> Cheers, -- tlvp
This brings up a good question for those of us with the lowest data tier.
Would you, when reaching your limit, rather ...
1) be throttled for the rest of the month
2) keep full speed and pay the overage fee
I have 250MB for $15 and going over costs an additional $15 for another 250.
I'd rather be throttled but then again I'm unemployed so that may change if
I get some $ coming in.
Also, when throttled do you notice the difference if you're used to getting
lousy reception and slow speeds where you use it most?