Gotta love monopolies. It's not like I can switch to another high speed internet company unless I want to go to cable. Why does this feel like it should be illegal?
hmm how much content is 250 GB of TV?
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Yeah, some people are going to get raped with this.
I wonder if companies like Apple and Netflix will try to fight this type of thing? It cuts directly into their business.
I watch all my baseball and basketball games on the internet. I also use the net to watch shows that I missed during the week (I don't have cable OR a dvr). And, of course, I use netflix and itunes to watch/rent movies. I don't know how much data I use, but if I get near that cap, I will probably move to cable. I have been a faithful DSL user since the pacific bell days, back when most people were still on dialup. I hate my cable company, but if AT&T isn't going to grandfather me in, then I can make business decisions too and move on. At one point, I had AT&T home, internet, and cell service, and would get u-verse if they offered it where I live. As it stands right now, I may not have any AT&T services if they keep pissing me off.