AT&T Sued By Feds For Throttling “Unlimited” Wireless Customers

Consumerist

(Mike Mozart) (Mike Mozart) A few years back, AT&T ticked a lot of wireless customers with so-called “unlimited” plans by announcing that it would throttle data speeds for users who passed certain monthly thresholds. Though customers tried to sue in response, AT&T’s terms of service generally prevent class action suits from customers and force users into private, binding arbitration. But even though millions of customers can’t sue, the federal government can.

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