AT&T has a new promotion that offers first responders and their families discounts on unlimited plans. Firefighters, paramedics, and police officers can opt for 25 percent off either of the unlimited plans AT&T announced back in June, shortly after it was acquired by Time Warner. But in the fine print, AT&T admits it may throttle data speeds “when the network is congested.”
Just last month, Verizon came under scrutiny for throttling firefighters’ data as they fought wildfires in California. As a result, those first responders were unable to track and route resources to fight fires effectively, and they ultimately had to sign up for a new plan in order to get data speeds back to normal.
Verizon apologized in the aftermath and promised to l…
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