AT&T Tweaks Meters [Multichannel News]
Recently AT&T announced they would begin putting usage caps on wireline broadband customers - both DSL and U-Verse. Those caps are set to be launched in fewer than 6 weeks, yet AT&T is still working out the kinks of how to inform its users of the amount of bandwidth being consumed on their networks.
Several users of the AT&T forums on Broadband Reports have commented that AT&T's broadband usage tracker doesn't match usage statistics from other independent tracking methods.
For its part, AT&T says that it's working to improve its tracking tool and to "ensure accuracy."
The caps AT&T intends to impose will be set at 150Gb for regular DSL users and 250Gb for U-verse users. A fee of $10 will be charged for every additional 50Gb used.