Corporate strikes again. They are caught in an almost-lie. It never fails to amaze me just how deceptive corporations can be. They promise one thing and then find a way around their promise so that they can gain as much money or more than before. Companies cannot be trusted with being of real value.
AT&T are wrong for promising unlimited data but them throttling connection speeds as this makes the data very restricted so there is no way that the data could be used in an unlimited nature due to the throttling that is occurring. They should have said they can have a data cap where the data does become throttled, for example, all data up to 20GB is unlimited speed but anything after that will be throttled.
The use of throttling by AT&T is the very definition of limited, ergo the problem is not only the unethical aspects of this business practice, but also the false advertising applied by AT&T by describing their data plans as unlimited in the first place, when they're not by the very definition of the term.
AT&T is absolutely wrong for throttling data speeds. While the net neutrality issue is not one the most people grasp, it might be one of the most critical questions facing our future as a society. With the reliance on the exchange of information, data speed and access has to be available for all.
If the FCC had not ruled against Net Neutrality then we wouldn't be in this mess. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . .. . . . . .