Cody from FroogleGeek.com wrote:
"First and foremost I want to say that almost every ISP in the United States is moving backwards. We started out with unlimited data usage, albeit you may have been charged on a per minute usage back in the dial up days. Then we got DSL/Cable which was always on internet and we were charged a flat rate per month based on how fast we could download and upload. Then Comcast came in and capped their internet plans at 250GB and AT&T has followed suit with their U-Verse as well as their wireless usage for phones. Now VerizonWireless is following suit and I have to say why are you capping bandwidth when users are using more data than ever before? Greed, that’s the answer just in case you were wondering."