ATT_Data

Was checking my data usage so far this month and noticed that AT&T appears to have some really high expectations for users on their grandfathered LTE Unlimited Data Plan. So how exactly do you say 10,238,976 MBs. Oh wait, I looked it up. That would be 10.239 Terabytes. Looks like I have a way to go before I get one of those threatening texts. And the real bummer is that I can’t use any of this for tethering without upgrading (well, paying more for less) my plan.

Think it might be time to turn off my WiFi radio. You think.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Terabytes, petabytes, whatever. But seriously, I thought 1,000 megabytes was a terabyte. And a 1,000 terabytes was a petabyte.

  2. You skipped “gigabyte.” 1000 megabytes is a gigabyte. 1000 gigabytes is a terabyte, but 1000 terabytes is indeed a petabyte.

  3. Whoops. Well you know it was almost midnight when I posted. Guess I was so giddy thinking about how I was going to use all this new found data I skipped a level. Really bummed now that I only have 10.235TB remaining for the month. I had some great plans for all those pentabytes.

    Anyway, all fixed using my brilliantly different L900. Thanks to all for keeping me honest.

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