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Old June 4, 2013, 06:06 AM
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There's something you guys are missing.

If you read the actual ruling, the provider can CUT OFF data access once a cap is reached.

Basically, what will happen is what British telecoms are doing now: once the cap of say $50 is reached, they stop your data services and send you a text message asking if you agree to continue. If you say yes, they can continue charging. If you say no, you data will remain off until your next billing cycle.

This doesn't impose billing caps. It imposes a customer advisement policy. That's it.
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