AT&T Throttling Will Drastically Slow Down Your Connection [Video]

AT&T Throttling Will Drastically Slow Down Your Connection [Video]

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AT&T is throttling the top five percent of data users but just how much could your connection be limited?

AppAdvice has posted a new video that shows the speeds of a throttled device are drastically reduced.

Take a look below...

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h8ncars - February 10, 2012 at 4:27am take real action stop letting AT&T win this battle hit them where it hurts
Pain Reaper - January 19, 2012 at 11:50pm
That's crap! They gotta do something about the networks in the US.. I max my iPhone 4s 3G speed capacity 24/7 in Sweden.. Not trying to talk you guys down, just saying that AT&T is way behind in the cellular network business.. With the prizes they charge you guys your phone should be able to shit gold..
Notch - January 18, 2012 at 9:19pm
Class action lawsuit! Why such a perverted business model? We should pay by the byte, flat rate for most. The more you use, the less you pay per byte, the more you pay per month.
Maded - January 18, 2012 at 8:11pm
This type of policy is in effect with every cellular carrier. Company line, from what I've gathered, is that the networks are a shared resource and those greedy grandfathered unlimited plan bastards using so much data are slowing down the connections of other customers with their massive data consumption.
Maded - January 18, 2012 at 8:19pm
Top 5% isn't referring to nationwide usage, btw. It's referring to the top 5% of usage at a particular cell site. So if you live in a rural area serviced by only one cell site and 95% of the users in your area are under 2 Gb then congratulations you're in the top 5%.
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