Judge Orders AT&T to Pay Customer $850 for Throttling His Unlimited Data Plan

Judge Orders AT&T to Pay Customer $850 for Throttling His Unlimited Data Plan

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Rob - February 24, 2012 at 10:42pm
I'd be interested to see how he came up with that number. I finally moved to a tiered plan specifically because my phone was unusable with the throttling. I was unable to get AT&T to tell me that the cap was 2.1gb (which it was consistantly for 2 months) and they wouldn't offer a way to "fix" the issue. I finally had to give in. Why is it ok for a carrier to bully their loyal customers into plans that work against the customer? I'd switch to T-Mobile if they had the iPhone, but I just put my folks on my plan and I don't see T-Mobile getting the phone any time soon.
budsal - February 24, 2012 at 11:28pm
Hey, obviously I don't KNOW anything but it seems to me that Tmobile will have iPhone with the next go-round. I think the only reason they didn't get it last time is because they were going to be bought by ATT and so there was no need to build an iPhone for Tmobile. Obviously there is now such a need and that is the basis for my belief.