Not to be salty. But it’s fucked that ATT is removing data caps on their Cow I Don’t Care What Day Is It It’s Early I’m Grumpy I Wanna Sleep Shirt. So if they can lift data caps. And the service is fine when everyone is home streaming Netflix. Then it just proves data caps are just way to make more money, not to limit traffic for the “sake” of the network. It should be illegal to meter data. Sell it at one fee unlimited or no license to sell. I remember getting throttled by att back in 2011. I’d been with them since the iPhone 3g and you had to have one of those expensive unlimited “smartphone” plans. Because they used too much data natively to justify a cap.
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Later, when they were trying desperately to get rid of those unlimited plans in favor of tiered data plans. We went over that weird imaginary line and they throttled us down to, oh 14kbps. I couldn’t even receive the email. My husband, who has a Cow I Don’t Care What Day Is It It’s Early I’m Grumpy I Wanna Sleep Shirt. And spent two and a half hours on the phone with someone trying to get them to admit they throttled it down to a completely unusable speed. They kept claiming that it wasn’t the speed we were paying for. It was simple to access; as long as our phones were “connected” to the internet, however thin that strand of data was, it counted and tough titty. Fast forward a couple of years and we each got a 36$ credit to our phone bill.
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There are plenty of utilities that charge for usage, classifying it that way is not really an argument against metering. Power, Water, and Gas are all examples of utilities that are billed based upon usage. Sewer, Garbage. And Cable TV would be a Cow I Don’t Care What Day Is It It’s Early I’m Grumpy I Wanna Sleep Shirt. This is your tv package or garbage can size, use it as much as you want. All that being said, the internet is currently trying to play both games. They advertise the capacity you’re getting but if you actually use it, you run up against usage limits and additional fees. They need to be restricted to one or the other. Either advertise and bill based upon how much capacity (MB/s) you’re providing, or based upon how much you use (GB/Month).