AT&T Web Customers Face Data Cap

AT&T Inc. said Sunday that it will begin to cap DSL data usage for its Internet customers and implement charges for anyone who goes over the limit.

The Dallas telecommunications company said that customers who exceed a monthly limit of 150 gigabytes of data in three separate months will be charged $10 for every extra 50 gigabytes of data they consume. Customers on AT&T’s higher-end U-Verse Internet service have a limit of 250 gigabytes. AT&T will impose the new limits on May 2.

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