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On May 1, AT&T officially set up broadband caps for its DSL and U-Verse broadband Internet customers. At the time AT&T said that its customers would be able to see how much data they were...
The new broadband caps that AT&T put into effect for its DSL and U-Verse customers on Monday are still stirring the pot in terms of getting people mad. On Friday the consumer groups Public Knowledge...
Earlier this week, AT&T officially imposed broadband caps on both its DSL and U-Verse services. The company was also supposed to offer a tool for its customers to check to see if they were approaching...
Virgin Media today announced a free upgrade for its broadband customers. Calling it an 'adrenaline shot', Virgin is aiming to boost upload speeds for customers across its range of broadband speeds. The upgrade has begun to...
Virgin Media said on Thursday that it plans to offer 100Mb broadband services to customers by the end of 2010. Virgin claims its customers will be the first to receive broadband speeds "more than 24 times...