AT&T will spend an additional $14bn over the next three years rolling out cellular and fibre optic infrastructure, accelerating deployment plans for both 4G and fixed internet connections. The blatantly-backronymed Project Velocity IP (VIP) will see an additional $8bn spent on cellular while $6bn gets dropped on fixed …
"The blatantly-backronymed Project Velocity IP (VIP)..."
And if there's anyone that is familiar with backronyming, it's the fine folks at El Reg.
"AT&T can apparently afford this thanks to growing revenues across its portfolio of connectivity services..."
$15 of that $14billion is from when i went 1.3MB over my measly 300Mb limit after going to 4G. These people really are joking!
So 301.3MB should be allowed but 301.4MB should not then? Over is over, a billing system is nothing more than a computer and it allows 300MB and lower as within the plan whereas anything over, it will cost you.
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