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Old August 23rd, 2012, 06:45 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Verizon and AT&T let you keep unlimited plans too and soon after they added a throttling policy to prevent anyone from using unlimited. Personally i don't trust any carrier at this point because every major player from wired and wireless has been wanting to or talked about doing away with unlimited bandwidth. The sad thing is some third world countries now have better fiber infrastructure then most of the US.

True Universal launching 100Mbps internet access in Pattaya
Well I think it's easier to put infrastructure in an undeveloped area than it is in a populated area. It's like putting in wired interenet/cable access in a house that you are planning to build vs doing that same thing in a similar house that's already built.
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