• Petitioned AT&T

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AT&T

Stop the reducing of data speed for unlimited customers.

    1. Renee Pena
    2. Petition by

      Renee Pena

      Atwater, CA

AT&T feels that those customers that reach the top 5% of data usage require their data speed reduced. This will only apply to those customers with unlimited data plans that were "grandfathered" in and prefer not to switch to the current offers of limited data plans. First of all, we pay much more for our data usage plans than the new limited data plans. Second of all, our plans are UNLIMITED. By reducing our data speeds, AT&T will be forcing us into the limited data plans for the sole purpose of making more money. We should not be punished for our data usage when we pay for UNLIMITED SERVICES. Let's stop AT&T from punishing those of us that actually utilize our smart phones.

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    • Leo Marihart LEMOORE, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      AT&T should honor the pretty much non-negotiable contract that THEY had us sign.

      If they really cannot provide unlimited bandwidth (others can) then they should sunset it at the END of the contract. Changing things in situ is NEVER done.

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    • Shelley Bowman COCKEYSVILLE, MD
      • over 2 years ago

      My data speed has been reduced and I am on the old "unlimited" plan.

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    • John Federico MAPLEWOOD, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      Unlimited Data at "3G Speeds" is what was promised to original iPhone and iPhone 3G customers. Anything less is a material change and grounds for breaking the contract without ETF's - which will send people over to Verizon or Sprint. Wake up, AT&T.

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    • Greg Chaffins KNOXVILLE, TN
      • over 2 years ago

      2GB in an unlimited and contracted plan is simply not unreasonable when the company sells 3GB and 5GB plans. If throttling does take place (a questionable practice at best), it should not happen until AT LEAST after their current service amounts (5GB).

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    • James Silverstien RICHARDSON, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      AT&T initially marketed UNLIMITED plans as a plan, and required customers to agree to closed contracts in exchange.

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