Do You Have A Data Throttling Complaint? If You Believe Your Data Download Speeds or Internet Connection Service Has Been Wrongly Throttled, Reduced or Slowed, Share Your Data Throttling Complaints With Others And Report Your Data Throttling Complaint To A Telephone Consumer Protection Attorney.
Have you been notified that your wireless data is being throttled? Have you experienced slower connection speeds on an unlimited data plan (such as when streaming videos over Netflix or other streaming services, listening to music, using peer-to-peer file sharing programs, tethering data or using Amazon AWS or other cloud service providers).
A team of data throttling consumer protection attorneys and lawyers are investigating potential complaints being made by telephone customers and other data subscribers about their wireless, mobile, cell phone or internet data being throttled, reduced or slowed by their cell phone carrier or internet data provider.
Data throttling (also known as bandwidth throttling) generally refers to the practice whereby certain wireless, mobile and cell phone data providers reduce or slow (i.e., throttle) consumers’ data download or internet connection speeds when there is high demand, heavy or excessive data usage,congestion on their networks or when data usage reaches some pre-determined limit. Throttling is often experienced by wireless, mobile and cell phone users with unlimited data plans, particularly high-data users, i.e., those heavy data users who use the most data or consume the most bandwidth on a network (for example, the top 5% of data users).
According to media reports, the FCC sent letters to various cell phone carriers requesting information about their data-throttling practices.
Consumer interest groups have suggested that plans marketed as high-speed unlimited data plans may be misleading and deceptive when the data usage is actually limited, especially when the data speed restrictions are not adequately disclosed or explained to the wireless data users.
Data throttling complaints potentially being investigated include complaints about the following, among others:
- AT&T data throttling
- Verizon data throttling
- Sprint data throttling
- T-Mobile data throttling
- U.S Cellular data throttling
- C Spire data throttling
- Boost Mobile data throttling
- Virgin Mobile data throttling
- Cricket Wireless data-throttling
- nTelos data-throttling
- Cellcom data-throttling
If You Believe Your Wireless, Mobile or Cell Phone Internet Data Speed Was Throttled, Slowed or Reduced, Report Your Data Throttling Complaints To A Telephone Consumer Protection Lawyer.
Fill Out The Form On The Right To Request a Free Attorney Review Of Your Data Throttling Complaint.