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AT&T’s Metered Billing Off By Up To 4,700%

March 26th, 2011 03:44 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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jfruhlinger writes “Metered billing for home Internet service may be the way of the future. But shouldn’t we have the right to expect that the meters will at least be accurate? As AT&T moves its DSL and fiber customers to plans where they’ll have to pay for overages, some users have noticed that the company’s assessment of how much data is being used can be wildly inaccurate.”

Source: AT&T’s Metered Billing Off By Up To 4,700%

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