I am sure that AT&T was trying to limit the fallout from the recent disclosure that it doesn't understand the meaning of "unlimited". I had to laugh when the network that couldn't decided that it should "throttle" the access of customers that exceeded a certain threshold of data use. Verizon Wireless already provided ten times faster 4G LTE service for a similar price. Now, AT&T has "clarified" that it will only charge extra if "unlimited" customers exceed 3 Gigabytes a month. Not so coincidentally, AT&T has a tiered data plan that starts at 3 Gigs. If you exceed the 3 Gigabytes, AT&T charges an extra $10 a month per extra Gigabyte of data use. If you are an AT&T user, you need to think about this before you re-up. Big Red may be expensive; and, it may even be arrogant sometimes; but, it is a far superior network, and is much more reliable. Now, it appears that it is, in some ways, cheaper. Let's see if AT&T has a Luke Wilson ad for this one.