Apple News:AT&T’s data caps impose harshest punishments on DSL users | Ars Technica
AT&T’s data caps impose harshest punishments on DSL users | Ars Technica: "AT&T's home Internet data caps got an overhaul yesterday when the company implemented a recently announced plan to strictly enforce the caps and collect overage fees from more customers. Customers stuck on AT&T's older DSL architecture will be facing lower caps and potentially higher overage fees than customers with more modern Internet service."
Streaming seemed like such a superior technology to the optical disc. Until the arrival of Google Fiber, remember that a Blu-Ray platter holds 50GB. That's 20 HD movies a month. Seems kinda chintzy unless you realize the real goal is to upsell HBO or whatever else is available for bundling that uses historical cable networking tech.
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