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Saturday April 30, 2011

The Age of Broadband Caps Begins Monday

You knew it was coming and we have been discussing it here for over a month, but judgement day is upon us. Prepare for a higher monthly bill or cutback in your usage, it’s your choice. It seems like AT&T; just isn’t interested in becoming a replacement for cable services without due compensation.

The real solution is adding infrastructure at the local level, though an interim solution could entail metering data only during peak times, much as mobile-phone calling-minutes plans apply only during peak hours.

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