I've recently switched to the 3GB mobile share advantage, where you essentially can't go over since once you do they just limit the data. I was thinking of switching to 1GB (much cheaper - and cheapest plan you can get), since I'm always on Wifi at work/home. I'm only on data in between the two, or when I'm out on weekends, and try to be off my phone anyways (or I get yelled out by S/O) Anyways... The question is once you go over and you're the allottment, and this happens: After all your high-speed data allotments are used, all data usage is slowed to a max of 128Kbps (2G speed) for the rest of the bill cycle. You will have basic data use for viewing a web page or checking email. Audio and video streaming, picture and video messaging, as well as other usage, including sponsored data, will be impacted and may not be fully functional. See att.com/broadbandinfo for more details. Has anyone hit this overage throttle? What can you or can you not do? Can you still receive texts with pictures and videos? The above is a little vague. Can you also still do things such as browse Facebook (maybe just slower)? Just curious if anyone knows.