The company is changing its throttling policy in a positive way.
by Daniel B. Kline Motley Fool
AT&T has never quite been clear on the meaning of the word "unlimited."
The company has regularly played games with customers who purchase so-called unlimited data plans by throttling their connection speeds after they consume a certain amount of data in a given billing period. The company was even sued by the Federal Trade Commission over its throttling practices, and the federal agency made it clear that it also believed the company was unclear as to the definition of the word "unlimited."