Don’t Bogart The Data!

AT&T is going after “data hogs.” The company says it’s placing a limit on the amount of data its home Internet subscribers can transfer in a month.

AT&T says it will start charging extra after subscribers go past 150 gigabytes in a month. The company says only 2 percent of subscribers reach that level.

In practice, only frequent movie downloads or perhaps constant videoconferencing can propel subscribers close to the limit. Beyond the limit, AT&T will charge $10 per 50 gigabytes.


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