AT&T in 2011 began throttling speeds for those customers with unlimited data plans even though it had made “unequivocal” promises to consumers, the Federal Trade Commission said.
AT&T in 2011 began throttling speeds for those customers with unlimited data plans even though it had made “unequivocal” promises to consumers, the Federal Trade Commission said. Richard Drew The Associated Press
AT&T in 2011 began throttling speeds for those customers with unlimited data plans even though it had made “unequivocal” promises to consumers, the Federal Trade Commission said. Richard Drew The Associated Press

AT&T is accused of reducing speeds offered under unlimited data plans

October 28, 2014 02:37 PM

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