>so AT&T is a hypocrite now

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In an effort to keep "bandwidth hogs" in check, AT&T is testing the idea of placing limits on how much Internet data its subscribers can transfer each month.

The test, which began being applied in Reno, Nev., on Saturday, limits customers of AT&T's slowest DSL service to 20 gigabytes of monthly data transfers, while users of the fastest service will be limited to 150 gigabytes. Customers who exceed their limits will be charged $1 per gigabyte.

Cnet

20 gigs a month seems rather skimpy for an ISP that is constantly encouraging its customers to stream video and commit other bandwidth hogging activities.

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