Unlimited Internet is becoming more and more rare in USA and AT&T is going to put an end to this matter. There will be a monthly limit to broadband Internet users. DSL users will get 150 GB cap per month while U-Verse users will be limited to 250 GB of data each month. If users go over this usage limit then they will have to pay some extra money.
Well, the good news is that AT&T is not going to charge extra money right away. Instead, when an user will break this usage cap for 3 times then they will be charged $10 for every 50GB.
AT&T has stated that only 2% of the customers will be affected by this new policy as 98% of the customers are always beyond this limit. Naturally, these 2% customers will get furious with this decision but they hardly have any choice as most ISPs do not provide unlimited Internet usage facility these days.