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Comcast Cable Increases Cost for Heavy Data Usage

Comcast Cable plans to expand consumer trials to a total of 15 states that charge Xfinity Internet subscribers extra fees. The extra fees have been imposed in cases where customers stream online video for many hours or run through vast amounts of data. The new move by Comcast will definitely open up debate on whether […]

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Expect AT&T Network Throttling Policy Changes In 2015

In spite of the FCC coming down hard on wireless companies because of data throttling issues, some companies have not changed their ways. AT&T is a good example, as it continues to throttle data where some of its unlimited data plans are concerned. However, the company recently announced that it will be changing some of […]

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AT&T Offering Two New Data Plans

AT&T is offering a pair of new data plans to its customers. The data plans will benefit smart phone users of AT&T services as they will be able to get 3 GB of data a month for $40. They will also have the option of getting 6 GB of data for $70 per month. This […]

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Verizon to FCC – Everyone Does It!

According to Verizon, every single major wireless service provider in the US including T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint has implemented one form or the other of data throttling or what it is commonly referred to as network optimization. The company claims that data throttling has been accepted as the norm with little controversy. Verizon has even […]

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Verizon Plans To Throttle Unlimited Data Speeds

If you subscribe to Verizon’s legacy unlimited data plans, get ready to experience slower speeds starting this October. This announcement heralds a change in the industry where data providers are looking at shifting subscribers from unlimited data packages to tiered individual data packages. This change in services will affect Verizon customers that consume over 4.7 […]

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