Just curious how today's victory for the FCC in regards to net neutrality will affect my grandfathered AT&T iPhone unlimited (limited ) data plan. Some of the changes implemented seem to include that mobile broadband providers, such as AT&T, won't be allowed to throttle or block Internet traffic anymore once we reach our 5 gig limit. I know we are still waiting for a decision from the courts in regards to the case filed by the FTC against AT&T and their shady throttling practices. With these new changes for mobile broadband providers, this should be a slamdunk win for the FTC.... or am I missing something here? On top of all this, I read that with these new rules implemented carriers won't be able to block us from using applications or visiting certain websites. An example would be when AT&T tried to block grandfathered unlimited data users from being able to use the face time app on their phone over cellular, but had no problem allowing people on a tiered paid plan to use the FaceTime app over the cellular as much as they want. If AT&T is no longer allowed to ban apps that we run on our phone, and I am jailbroken and try to use a tethering apps such as tether me or PDA net, will this be allowed per these new rules? Technically, I should be able to run a tethering app on my phone without AT&T getting bent out of shape. (per these new guidelines) I've also read that they may implement the same guidelines for AT&T and other carriers that they did for Verizon's LTE spectrum in which they cannot block which device you use your Sim card in. Hence, on Verizon's network you can take your Sim card out of your phone and put it straight into a hotspot (which by now I think everyone knows you can do). Just looking for some feedback as to how you guys think this will play out in the future for those of us who are still on AT&T's grandfathered unlimited data plan.