Note to admin: Feel free to relocate this post if it's in the wrong place. I SWEAR something is fishy with this "top 5%" of users hooey. I have an iPhone 4, grandfathered Unlimited data, and I tether with MyWi. In September, I got that AT&T text message warning me that I was using "too much" unlimited data, and that I would be getting reduced speed in October if I used that much again. When I got this message, I had used roughly 18gb of data, according to the AT&T account management app, which I found unbelievable for only ONE WEEK OF USE. The maximum I could possibly imagine was about 4gb since I'd downloaded a few TV shows. In October, I got the AT&T text message warning me that I was using "too much" unlimited data again, and I was about to get my speed reduced. At that time, the AT&T app said I was nearing 9gb of data in UNDER 2 weeks. However, the ONLY large file I downloaded was 300mb. No massive files, no torrents, no streaming TV shows, no streaming radio, JUST web and emails. How could I have possibly used so much??? At that rate, in under 2 months, every "Unlimited Data" will allow LESS data [at full speed] than the MAXIMUM tiered plan (4gb). Also, exactly how can they determine the average "excessive use" during the same month that they are reducing your speed? Shouldn't they use the previous month as a baseline? 1. Can some other "using too much unlimited" people please post your alleged data use when you were cut off [the high speed]? Including how many days you were into your billing cycle? Thanks. I'm asking for "5%" users to share information, NOT for your opinion of "AT&T vs. ____", MyWi, tethering, high data use, "iOS vs. ____", your religious beliefs, your political beliefs, etc.. I am sure there are other threads on here for that.