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  1. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostryder12 View Post
    I can feel your frustration. AT&T should not be charging again for something that has already been paid for. Now when you exceed the data that you have paid for, then yes, charge the user for that data usage.
    Exactly, I don't know why that's so hard for AT&T...



  2. #10
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    I think they are only targeting those who go over their data plan as well as anyone who tethers " illegally" Regardless' in my opinion this whole things stinks.
    Last edited by ice2921; 08-06-2011 at 09:26 PM.

  3. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBOSBryan View Post
    Exactly, I don't know why that's so hard for AT&T...
    It's hard to see anything through the green greed.



  4. #12
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    Would a complaint to FCC do any good?

  5. #13
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    You know one of the biggest reason theyare doing this is because of all the jailbroken iPhones. All of those thousands of people using the jailbroken iPhones to suck down large amounts of data, now you add the PlayBook into the mix. Im wondering if next month im going to see an additional bill because I was using my PlayBook bridge browser.



  6. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by DownForce View Post
    Would a complaint to FCC do any good?
    I doubt it only because AT&T has some very expensive lawyers that I'm sure have researched this issue fully.

  7. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by ice2921 View Post
    You know one of the biggest reason theyare doing this is because of all the jailbroken iPhones. All of those thousands of people using the jailbroken iPhones to suck down large amounts of data, now you add the PlayBook into the mix. Im wondering if next month im going to see an additional bill because I was using my PlayBook bridge browser.
    Keep us posted. I'd like to see what AT&T will do with the BalckBerry users. I understand about the jailbroke iPhones, there are several people I work with iPhones that answer "yes" when asked, "is it jailbroke?" Having a jailbroke iPhone allows the user to access excessive amounts of data without being charged for it?

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    I wanted to start a data spike rebellion, and have everyone tether on everything right up on until cut off day.

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