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For heavy unlimited data customers, life just got harder - CNET

Verizon is ready to give some of its heaviest users the boot. Photo by CNET

Depending on who you ask, this is either a new age for unlimited data or the end of a really good ride.

Verizon and AT&T are playing hardball with legacy unlimited data customers, people who signed up for all-you-can-eat data in the early days when it was cheap, and never gave it up. AT&T said on Tuesday that it would raise the rates on those customers by $5 a month.

The same day, Verizon said it was going after anyone who uses 200 gigabytes of data -- equivalent to roughly 250 hours of high-definition streaming video -- and forcing them to either move to a new tiered plan or face disconnection.

The timing couldn't be worse. The moves come just a week after T-Mobile CEO John Legere got on stage at a CES press conference in Las Vegas to trumpet the company's mission to get everyone using unlimited. Legere went on his usual rant about greedy carriers "screwing" customers over, and AT&T...(continued)

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