Originally Posted by GreenFrog
OP said he's on the unlimited
data plan. I think using 3.7 gigs is within reasonable bounds.
37 is pushing it, probably.
378 is outrageous.
Verizon has data plans that span from 2 gigs to 10 gigs, as an anecdote.
That's why I made the earlier comment about carriers' usage of the word unlimited
, often seen accompanied by an asterisk.
I've seen supposedly unlimited data plans in the UK, but they've always had a fair usage clause in the small print. maybe 2GB, 5GB. I've not actually seen AT&T's unlimited
plans, are there any asterisks and usage clauses in the small print?