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Thread: Did AT&T stop throttling unlimited data customers?

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    Default Did AT&T stop throttling unlimited data customers?
    I am well past my 5GB limit on my unlimited data plan and I still have full internet speed. I'm at 5.73GB and there is no throttling. In the past, as soon as I got close to my data cap my speeds would slow to 0.5 Mnps. Right now I'm still getting 20 Mbps speeds. Anyone else notice this?

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    Last edited by eprisencc; 2014-12-25 at 08:15 PM.

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    I don't believe AT&T has stopped throttling LTE at around 5GB. It'd be wonderful if they did, but I can't see AT&T doing anything remotely kind.

    I also don't believe AT&T has relaxed their "no tethering on a grandfathered unlimited connection" rule either, so caveat emptor on that Personal Hotspot usage?

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    I guess I was wrong. My used data dropped down to 5.01 GB and my speeds have now slowed to 0.5 Mbps.

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