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AT&T raises throttling threshold to 3GB on "unlimited" data plan

arstechnica.com
AT&T announced a policy change on throttling data speeds for customers with unlimited data plans Thursday. 3G/HSPA+ customers will now be throttled once they reach 3GB of data usage and 4G LTE customers will be throttled when they hit 5GB of data. Previously, AT&T customers with unlimited data plans...
AT&T raises throttling threshold to 3GB on "unlimited" data plan
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