Unlimited plans just aren't what they used to be. (Unless you're on Sprint, that is.)
To avoid any conflicts with the new Net neutrality rules,for unlimited customers. Data throttling has become a standard part of today's "unlimited" plans -- but new laws are influencing carriers to make changes. The Federal Communications Commission plans to for not being clear when it throttled speeds for customers.
In this CNET Update report, get a lesson in Data Throttling 101 and learn why the FCC is going after AT&T for something it has done since 2011:
Not all of this report is data doom and gloom. Update ends with a look at the new iPhone and iPad accessory may have you thinking differently about cameras.in action. This
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