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Court tosses federal lawsuit over AT&T's data throttling

The FCC may be having some success hauling AT&T out on the carpet for throttling unlimited data plans without clear warnings to customers, but the FTC isn’t so lucky. 207 more words


Court Throws Out Federal Government's Lawsuit Over AT&T "Unlimited" Data Plans

Nearly two years ago, the Federal Trade Commission sued AT&T for allegedly misleading wireless customers by charging them for “unlimited” data plans while simultaneously throttling their cellular connection speeds when they passed certain monthly thresholds. 903 more words

Court Tosses Data Speed Reduction Lawsuit Against AT&T

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit by federal officials that claimed AT&T misled millions of smartphone customers with unlimited data plans who had their Internet speeds cut. 125 more words


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Here are some pictures sent to me by one of my followers who asked to not be identified by name, but with this tight community, does everyone need to be identified everytime, all the time? 127 more words


How Verizon's faster download speeds lapped the field

”Wireless carriers have been slowly rolling out a new technology for the past few years to increase maximum download speeds on their networks,” Aaron Pressman reports for Fortune. 220 more words


AT&T Just Scored a Win Over the Federal Government in Appeals Court

A federal appeals court in California on Monday dismissed a U.S. government lawsuit that accused AT&T of deception for reducing Internet speeds for customers with unlimited mobile data plans once their use exceeded certain levels. 183 more words


Sprint and T-Mobile Offer More Expensive Unlimited Plans

After offering cheaper unlimited mobile plans with some compromises two weeks ago, wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are now heeding calls for truly unlimited unlimited plans. 403 more words