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Although Matt Spaccarelli, an unemployed truck driver and student who sued cellular giant +AT&T for slowing down the “unlimited” data plan for his iPhone he was awarded a modest $850, he set a precedent that may make companies think twice before hyping their products. Now, AT&T doesn’t claim to have the fastest network; rather, it operates the nation’s “largest 4G network.” Got it.

More here: http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/04/01/why-companies-should-think-twice-before-hyping-products.html
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Personally, I'm still upset they knocked my iPad 'unlimited' data plan to limited after I snoozed on a payment. Doesn't seem fair, though the blame's squarely on my shoulders for dropping the ball.
 
dont worry....................a beta 1'll come your way
 
oh yes,one will surelly come if only you say a big AMEN to that.
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