AT&T to Impose a Broadband Cap in May
"We will communicate early and often with these customers so they are well aware of their options before they incur any additional usage charges," AT&T told Broadband Reports. "Importantly, we are not reducing the speeds, terminating service or limiting available data like some others in the industry."
In a statement provided to Engadget, the company said the changes will only affect "less than 2 percent" of its customers, adding that most consumers have been supportive of the plan. "Customers strongly believe that only those who use the most bandwidth should pay more than those who don't use as much," AT&T explained.