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Tmoney438

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I've heard that there is a limit on the AT&T unlimited data plan, does anyone know how this works? What they do if you go over and what the cap actually is. I've heard it is something like 5 gb but it didn't apply until I recently made certain improvements to my phone allowing me to share my connection with my laptop. Thanks in advance!
 

Krabby1

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People have reports of Att's nasty letter/email regarding the abuse of bandwidth, but that was a long time ago and there were a very few of such cases. I haven't heard anything as of late, my usage range from 15gb to 20gb a month and I have yet to see/hear anything from them.
 
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Tmoney438

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Well there is also an unlimited data plan for $30, if you had it before they stopped offering it (sometime after the opine 4 came out). This is what I have, technically unlimited, but I have been told that they will throttle your connection if you exceed 5gb in a month, but as Kyle said, he has not experienced this. There is also a rumor that AT&T is also offering unlimited data again unofficially, not sure how that works, but there are other threads of people claiming they have been able to switch to it.
 

EverythingApple

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Well there is also an unlimited data plan for $30, if you had it before they stopped offering it (sometime after the opine 4 came out). This is what I have, technically unlimited, but I have been told that they will throttle your connection if you exceed 5gb in a month, but as Kyle said, he has not experienced this. There is also a rumor that AT&T is also offering unlimited data again unofficially, not sure how that works, but there are other threads of people claiming they have been able to switch to it.
Supposedly, only if they had it before.
 

Tmoney438

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Gotcha, so if you had unlimited before they would switch you back. Well, I'm never going to switch mine, unless they offer unlimited for cheaper.