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Tell AT&T That Data Caps Are Absolutely Unacceptable

It was announced on March 14 that AT&T would join their telecom peers in begining to limit the amount of data that AT&T DSL and AT&T U-verse Internet customers can consumer every month to 150 GB and 250 GB, respectively. 

By capping our internet usage, AT&T will be preventing us from making the most of today's wonderful streaming video technologies, such as Netflix, Amazon streaming, YouTube, Hulu, and more. 

AT&T claims that this has everything to do with ensuring the best experience for all its users, though, AT&T is expempting their own video services from this arbitrary cap. 

Tell AT&T enough is enough. Data caps are unfair and, at best, nothing more than unfair business practices that benefit no one.

This petition was delivered to:
  • Blogger Relations, AT&T
    Seth Bloom
  • CEO, AT&T
    Randall L. Stephenson
  • Corproate Issues, AT&T
    Mark Siegel
  • Federal Regulatory/Legislative, AT&T
    Mike Balmoris
  • Corporate Citizenship, AT&T
    Channing Barringer
  • Customer Service, AT&T
    Customer Care
  • Customer Service, AT&T/BellSouth
    Customer Service

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