Has anyone taken a count? I don't know how it would translate to the real world, but has anyone here counted or estimated the number of users who have dumped AT&T because of the caps?
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said by aperture:There was an unofficial poll in one of the DSLR forums. Last time I checked in, I was one of only five respondents (the fifth one, as I recall), and the only one who dumped AT&T over caps.
I don't know how it would translate to the real world, but has anyone here counted or estimated the number of users who have dumped AT&T because of the caps?
Ah. Found the poll:
»Have the new AT&T rate caps changed your Internet habits?
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I voted... I still kept mine... right now the monitor doesn't work for me. Even if it did right now peak usage for me (1 netflix box, various computers, iphones and such) is clocking right at 65gb a month.
I don't use services like online backups and such that chew up bandwidth. I use shoutcast streaming like no tomorrow, but turn it off after I am done. I use logmein quite a bit to work on other people's machines remotely.. download updates stream shows, etc.
Still keeping my at&t dsl service, very reliable, works great, peak usage around 130gbs a month according to routers traffic meter
(various computers, ipod touch, and such)
No online backups
Shoutcast streaming yes
online gaming yes
and of course WIndows updates and such