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  • NinjaKlaus

    Kind of stupid to start selling off ATT stock after hearing about cord cutting, they are also an ISP, where most of these cutters will turn to for TV/Entertainment in the future, on top of that ATT has a 1TB Data Cap. Let us say you subscribe to ATT's DTVNow, which makes you a cord cutter, that's 35+ a month, on top of that you need decent internet 25Mbps+, 45Mbps with Uverse is about $70... that's at least $105 ATT gets, but... the average stream in HD is 9Mbps, in 24hours you will have used up 100gigs of that data cap... let's say you average just 4 hours of tv a day at 31 days in a month... 500GB of your cap is gone. If you are retired or watching on weekends that goes up, if you game the average game is 50-100GB, plus the estimated 50-100Mbps an hour of online gaming, oh you like YouTube videos, that's another 7Mbps of video time... I'm just saying they aren't going to be hurting much because the data cap is real and it's going to be painful unless you have TV service. ATT offers unlimited data for an extra 35 a month, but you can be assured that will disappear if too many want it instead of paying the overages. Also, they will offer you the unlimited data with a qualifying triple play package of voice, phone, and TV.

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