AT&T to Cap Monthly Bandwidth Usage

Nov 5, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Like Comcast before it, AT&T will soon be limiting the amount of bandwidth its subscribers use each month for downloading, MediaPost reports. Starting this month, AT&T subscribers who pay $14.99 per month for speeds of 768 Kbps will be limited to 20 GB monthly, which is the equivalent to downloading 10 standard-definition movies, MediaPost says. Subscribers who pay $55 per month will have bandwidth limits up to 150 GB monthly. Time Warner Cable is said to be testing bandwidth caps as well, to a lesser degree.
—Christopher Perez

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