To begin, I hate ATT. I really do, to the point that I take pleasure in burning data by downloading podcast I never listen to, just to use their data up. Anyhow, up until this point, I have down my data burning with Apple apps (e.g. iTunes) and YouTube via the Apple app. But I noticed the other day that Atomic Browser lets you now download any size file over 3G and does not impose the 20MB rule that iTunes or other apps do. In fact, I used it to download a 230 MB update for an app I use, and it worked like a charm. So, here is the question. Has anyone had any experience in ATT only honoring unlimited for Apple apps? Atomic Browser was approved by Apple and its on a non-jailbroken device. I've kept everything above board. I would really like to make my data usage mean something by downloading useful things (e.g. the 1 GB OS X system updates) over 3G, but I don't want to lose my unlimited golden ticket as a result. Any experiences would be welcomed.