Mashable! is reporting that Matt Spaccarelli, who successfully sued AT&T Wireless for throttling his “unlimited” data plan, actually cut him a check for $935. Opinions have been mixed since Spaccarelli had technically broken the Terms of Service by tethering his iPhone without a tethering plan, but having received a warning myself about using too much data (less than 2GB!), I definitely understand the frustration with not really getting the “unlimited”... Read More
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