Verizon warns unlimited data FiOS customer for using too much data
Verizon’s “unlimited” data FiOS internet plans really are unlimited for most consumers; use a terabyte or three in a month, and you probably won’t hear anything from the company. The vast majority of home internet users rarely approach those numbers. But the ISP has repeatedly shown that there are limits to what it’ll tolerate — and customers paying hundreds of dollars every month aren’t exempt.
DSLReports reveals that Verizon recently sent a warning letter to a customer who forks out $315 every month for 500Mbps FiOS speeds. Apparently the company wasn’t thrilled that this user had burned through 7TB consistently over the course of several months, deeming it “excessive usage” and threatening to cut off service completely if it…
Source:: The Verge