FTC sues AT&T over 'deceptive' throttling of unlimited data customers

By Brian Fung and Craig Timberg, The Washington Post:

Federal officials on Tuesday sued AT&T, the nation’s second-largest cellular carrier, for allegedly deceiving millions of customers by selling them supposedly “unlimited” data plans that the company later “throttled” by slowing Internet speeds when customers surfed the Web too much.

I know some individuals that cancelled their unlimited plans partly because the plans were not truly unlimited...myself included...yesterday.

Related: FTC press release.